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Two Boys Arrested for Arson, A New York Family Lawyer Reports

An 11-year-old and 12-year-old boy were arrested on suspicion of arson in connection with a January 2010 fire that caused more than $100,000 in damages at a Levittown high school, Nassau County police related to a New York Family Lawyer. The boys will be charged as juveniles in Family Court.
“My contention is that this was an intentional fire,” a Nassau County detective of the arson-bomb squad told a New York Family Lawyer. “It wasn’t an accident.”
On January 3, 2010 at about 2:50 p.m., a fire was started from the rubber matting underneath the football bleachers at Division Avenue High School in Levittown. It damaged the bleachers, a concession stand, a gym, and some track equipment, New York Family Lawyers have learned.
The superintendent of Levittown schools affirmed that the boys appeared to be Levittown students. He promised the boys, if found responsible, would be disciplined appropriately, probably suspended. He also agreed that the fire damage was “major” and said the usual policy of attempting to collect damages from the families of the perpetrators would apply.
Students assisted in the identification of the suspects. The superintendent told a New York Family Lawyer, “Our students were pretty mad about this – that was their track.” There were no injuries in the fire.
Juveniles committing crimes are a different circumstance than when adults break the law. Such events need the assistance of a New York Family Lawyer. It’s a delicate situation, no matter what the crime or allegation, and a New York Family Attorney can handle such matters with the care it needs.

The firm of Stephen Bilkis & Associates with six convenient locations in the Metropolitan Area including Belmont, N.Y. can be of invaluable assistance to you if you find yourself a defendant in a family dispute. Going through an action without a New York Family Lawyer could lead to disasterous results.

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