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burning house Setting fire to your house to avoid splitting the proceeds with your spouse in a divorce settlement is not a good idea. (Photo: Shutterstock)

An Arizona appellate court has affirmed a defendant’s conviction for arson of an occupied structure. The decision illustrates the kinds of steps that the authorities take when investigating a suspected arson and the evidence that prosecutors can use to persuade a jury that the defendant is guilty.

Steven A. Meyerowitz

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