i need help on this Here is the information Jordan has found about several different arson charges.
Arson in the first degree: Intentional fire damage to a building which results in serious injury or was done with an expectation of a benefit from the fire and a disregard for potential injury. (Class A felony, 20 years to life sentence)
Arson in the second degree: Intentional fire damage to a building when someone else is present in the building. (Class B felony, 5–25 year sentence)
Arson in the third degree: Intentional fire damage with no reason to believe the fire would endanger others. (Class C felony, 3.5–15 year sentence)
Arson in the fourth degree: Reckless fire damage to a building. (Class E felony, 1.5–4 years)
Jordan now believes whoever set the fire will be found guilty at trial and sent to jail for at least 20 years.
Although you hate to dash Jordan’s hopes, explain to Jordan why that outcome is unlikely.
Fri Jan 15 2021 13:02:23 GMT-0500 (EST)