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  • A Nevada Arson Arrest can have Searing Consequences  Section 205.030 of the Nevada Revised Statute describes arson as the “burning or aiding and abetting burning of property with intent to defraud insurer.” Included in “crimes against property”, arson is nonetheless a Category B felony that carries stiff fines and penalties for those convicted.Not only is burning a building a crime, but making preparations to do so is as well. Section 205.055 of the Nevada Revised Statute makes it a crime to make “willful preparations” towards setting fire to a building or structure is guilty of attempted arson, which is a Category D felony .An arson conviction can net you a prison term of one to ten years and a fine

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