Category: Arson

Arson charges in Colorado carry severe legal consequences, making it imperative to have a comprehensive understanding of the legal landscape and available defense strategies. Being accused of intentionally setting fire to property can be overwhelming and distressing, but with the right knowledge and legal guidance, you can effectively navigate the complexities of the criminal justice system. We aim to empower individuals facing these serious allegations by exploring key aspects of

Fire is a powerful force. When it overtakes your home or business, the destruction can be devastating. Some fires are unfortunate accidents. However, when a fire occurs because someone intentionally set it, that is a crime: arson.

Arson isn’t a simple crime to define. A recent fire in an El Jebel restaurant is the perfect example. The suspect broke into the restaurant and prepared a plate of nachos for himself

This past year has been absolutely chaotic. The COVID-19 pandemic, civil unrest, and an intense Presidential election have left everyone on edge. To add even more fuel to the fire, property crimes throughout Denver have been rising.

The Property Crime 2020 Crime Report was released by the Denver Post in late September. Statistics from the report are not promising.

Property Crimes in Denver, 2020

Denver has reported 22,321 property crimes


Snow and fire hazards are two ideas that don’t immediately connect in people’s minds. However, the snowy season can be just as dangerous as dry summer months when it comes to campfires.


If you are planning on doing some camping before the snow melts this year, or if you are burning debris, it’s important to understand what is still considered winter fire safety. Failure to properly contain your

As the snow begins to melt from the mountains and the weather starts to heat up, many Coloradoans will be heading out for camping trips, enjoying nights around a warm fire and experiencing all that nature has to offer in our gorgeous state.


As Colorado begins to lift bans on areas where residents can have fires, however, it’s important to refresh your knowledge on how to properly put out