The U.S. Fire Administration defines arson as "willful, malicious, intentional and/or reckless burning of...property" and "wildfire arson" as burning "underdeveloped wildland or uncultivated land comprised of forest, brush or grassland." In November 2016, wildfires raged through Tennessee's eastern mountains, leaving 14 dead and 200 physically injured.
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If you have recently been charged with a crime in Texas, you may have questions about what the wording means. Slight differences in the terms used can have a major effect on the fines, jail time and other penalties that may be assigned to you. We at the Law Office of Rob McKinney can help you understand exactly what charges have been levied as well as represent your rights during your court case.
As new bills are submitted and updates are made to existing laws, the consequences and penalties for various offenses are constantly evolving and changing. As of January 1, 2017, the state of Tennessee enacted several new laws that can have a major impact on your sentence if you are convicted of a serious violent crime. We at the Law Office of Rob McKinney have prepared this guide to detail the changes that have been made.
If you have been charged with a crime in Tennessee, you may be confused about what some of the legal terms mean. While some phrases are straightforward, many people do not understand the difference between a felony and a misdemeanor.
Whenever research indicates an uptick in certain types of crime, it is a safe bet that lawmakers, police and prosecutors will be taking a harsh stance against these crimes.
Every criminal prosecution is built on evidence and testimony. It is the job of the defense attorney to break these down and find weaknesses and inaccuracies to establish a reasonable doubt.