Facing Arson Charges in Denver?
Do Not Hesitate to Contact My Federal Criminal Defense Firm
Defending arson charges is highly complex due to the numerous types of
arson charges possible. Are the arson charges made by federal or state
officials? Are the charges for first-, second-, third-, or fourth-degree
arson? What were the factors for determining the degree of charges and
can the charges be reduced? These are questions that only an experienced
Denver criminal defense lawyer can answer.
Discuss your case with me today in a complimentary case evaluation.
Federal Criminal Defense Attorney in the Denver Area
I am David L. Owen Jr., a skilled
Denver federal criminal defense attorney, and I have defended clients against arson fire charges for over 30 years.
For a no-charge consultation regarding your state or federal arson charges,
contact my office for a free consultation.
Arson charges can bring immediate feelings of alarm and panic, but there
is hope. When I handle your arson charge, I can immediately begin an investigation
of your criminal case.
- If you hire me, I work with arson experts to examine and determine:
- Burn patterns
- Flame intensity
- Damage patterns
Often, charges can be reduced based on intent, imminent danger, property
destruction, and value of property destruction. I will work with forensic
accountants to evaluate financial motivations and determine whether the
accused was really "in desperate need of money."
Arson Investigations & Your Defense
Evidence involved in fire cases is often based on the specific circumstances.
For that reason, a creative defense will need to be built by a lawyer
who has knowledge of the laws pertaining to arson.
Common arson cases include:
- Setting fire to a house
- Setting fire to a religious building
- Negligent use of fire
- Arson with the intent to disguise another crime
- Insurance fraud through home fire
With the use of experts, an experienced attorney can show that the tire
was accidental. If the fire was the cause of negligence, the method of
defense will be vastly different.
If intent is established, your defense may include one of the following:
- Insufficient evidence
- Mistaken identification
- Falsely accused
Contact the Law Offices of David L. Owen, Jr., P.C. for a Free Consultation
I offer same-day appointments, and am available weekends and evenings by
request. Due to my experience as a former federal public defender, I have
built a reputation for understanding the tactics of the prosecutors. I
will aggressively represent you best interests, all while providing you
with the respect and honesty you deserve.
Ready to discuss your case? Call me at 303.622.3281 today.