Cumming Arson Attorney
Charged With Arson? You Need A Skilled Legal Defense.
Arson charges are incredibly complex and often involve substantial scientific evidence. If your criminal defense attorney can’t understand the science, how will they communicate it to the judge or jury? At The Epps Law Group, we have extensive experience handling charges involving arson. Our arson lawyer in Cumming has worked closely with scientific experts to understand the evidence and how to effectively explain the evidence to the judge and jury.
We are proud to provide numerous benefits to our clients, including:
- Our defense team has nationally recognized experts available.
- Our criminal defense attorney is well-versed in National Fire Protection Association 921.
- Our criminal defense attorney is familiar with ASTM E 1618-10.
- We are members of the committee that writes the standards for ASTM.
As a former police officer, Kyle Epps knows the processes and safeguards that must be followed while investigating alleged crime scenes. This experience is invaluable when analyzing evidence and police protocol after a criminal charge. In addition, if a police misstep occurs, Mr. Epps will discover and use it in your criminal defense.
Arson Is One of the “Seven Deadly Sins” In Georgia
Arson is a serious crime in any state; however, in Georgia, it is categorized as one of the “Seven Deadly Sins,” which means the crime of arson is a felony which provides for punishment of up to 20 years in prison and a fine of up to $50,000. Depending upon the circumstances of the crime such as loss of life from arson, there can be additional criminal charges, fines, and a longer prison sentence.
If you, or someone you know, have been charged with arson in any Georgia jurisdiction you should contact our Cumming arson attorney immediately and remember the following:
- DO NOT give a statement to anyone.
- Hire legal counsel immediately.
- Hire an arson expert.
- Do not clear anything from your home, business or car.
- Take as many pictures as possible of everything in the house, business or car.
- Beware of insurance companies. Insurance companies CAN and WILL use ANY and ALL evidence to prosecute you in the state of Georgia.
Get the Legal Help You Need
Contact our law firm if you have been charged with arson or if police are questioning you about a recent fire. Do not wait to get legal help, and do not answer police questions — or questions posed by the insurance company — until you’ve spoken to a criminal defense lawyer.
Call (678) 257-4507 for a free consultation. Our Cumming criminal attorney can help you to understand more about the options available to you.
“Attorney Epps and his paralegal, Elicia, worked wonders for me!”- Lucie F.
“I am so grateful for meeting this man.”- Anthony C.
“Kyle and Elicia were beyond fantastic!”- Amy B.
With a background as a police officer, prosecutor, and Judge Pro Tem, The Epps Law Group can provide you or your loved one with detailed and trusted representation. Our attorney has been involved in the criminal justice system for more than 30 years. Put our experience on your side.
Skillful legal counsel that carefully and meticulously examines all aspects of the case for critical information.
A reputation of treating judges and prosecutors with honesty allowing him to be taken seriously when it could matter the most.
Former Police Officer
The knowledge that comes from a former police officer to serve clients needing accomplished criminal defense representation.
30 Years of Experience
Over 30 years of legal experience as a prosecutor and Judge Pro Tem, we can use insights from that experience to help you.