There are many definitions of what can constitute the crime of Arson. One example is the crime of Arson Endangering Persons, which is generally the intentional starting of a fire or causing an explosion, and if it recklessly places another person in danger of death or bodily injury, or by committing the act with the purpose of damaging an inhabited building or occupied structure of another. Aggravated Arson is when you commit the above act by attempting to cause, or intentionally, knowingly or recklessly causing bodily injury to another person, or if a person is present inside the property at the time of the offense.
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