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Bail for Criminal Mischief & Arson Charges


What Is Criminal Mischief in Texas?

Criminal mischief in Texas is when an individual intentionally damages or destroys property and causes a loss of convenience to the property owner. The identifying factor of criminal mischief is that the damage is caused to the property and not to a possession. The damage could be caused by various factors, including arson.

What Is the Penalty for Criminal Mischief in Texas?

Criminal mischief in Texas can be treated as a misdemeanor or lesser felony and may carry a penalty of up to 10 years of jail time. The punishment is dependent on the severity of crime and whether the damage was caused intentionally. In some cases, it may be possible to get the case dismissed in exchange for the repair or repayment of the damage to the property owner.

Bail for Criminal Mischief and Arson Charge in Texas

If you or someone you know has been convicted of a criminal mischief charge, call PCS Bail Bonds today to get your case assessed as soon as possible. Our licensed and experienced bail bond agents will be able to give you advice specific to your situation, and will work to resolve your case as soon as possible.

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