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This offense can vary in its severity from a state jail felony to a first degree felony. It is especially serious since it involves fire or explosives. For example, a person is angry at his exwife and goes to her apartment and sets her car on fire. Since it is parked next to the apartment it could catch the whole complex on fire. This possibility will certainly be brought up by the prosecutor. If you are charged with this type of offense, say nothing, and contact an attorney. The legal descripton for Arson is found in the Texas Penal Code at Section 28.01. You can go to it using the following link:

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