Arson is the crime of setting a fire with intent to cause damage. The common law definition of arson originally contained four elements; the crime required the malicious act o…f burning the dwelling of another person. Although arson fires are referred to as incendiary, not all incendiary fires are considered arson, the difference being malicious intent. . (MORE)
Arson is when you intentionally set fire to any structure or building. So no, it doesn't matter if you did it out of anger or not. If you did it on purpose it's arson. Anoth…er View: Arson is defined as the unlawful burning of property. Aggravated Arson would be an enhanced charge and could be used if the perpetrator intentionally torched a building with the esxpress intent of not only destropying the building but, in addition. causing pain, injury, death, or loss of livliehood to the occupants, owners, or responders. (MORE)
The quick answer is simple. Someone lights a fire intentionally and experiences pleasure or a release of tension by doing it. How a person develops into an arsonist is more c…omplicated and can take many different pathways. (MORE)
All depending on one's record with the law including the severity ( were people injured/death) house or car the sentence will vary but for an arson on a motor vehicle with no …injury and no criminal history you are looking at 2 years as an adult and could be eligable for parole within 6 months on good behavior. The objective and advise from my self a defense attorny is do not commit arson under any circumstances. (MORE)
Answer 1 Yes, but you must atone for your misdeed. This means apologizing to those whose property you have burned and confessing the misdeed to the police for appropriate le…gal punishment. Praying to God alone is insufficient. Answer 2 .
Arson means the illegal burning of a building or other property and/or the crime of setting fire to something .
Per Islam teachings, yes you may be forgiven by mercy of Allah (or God in English and same God worshiped in Judaism and Christianity) from this sin. However, this forgiveness is subject to conditions; mainly: .
You should admit that you made a sinful act .
You should intend not to make it again .
You should sincerely ask Allah for forgiveness .
You should apologize to the owners of the property you have burned and you should compensate them for the loss you caused to them. (MORE)