Firearm Rights Restoration
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If your right to own, possess or control firearms has been revoked, you may not own or purchase a firearm or ammunition; you may even be found guilty of a felony offense just for being in a room that contains a firearm. At Findley & Rogers, our gun rights attorneys can help restore your firearm rights and get you back your right to carry.


Being convicted of a crime can cost you many of your rights, including the right to possess a firearm. In Washington State, felony convictions (and some misdemeanor convictions) can result in the loss of your right to possess, carry, or control a firearm.

Thankfully, with the help of a knowledgeable firearm rights attorney, it is usually possible to restore your firearm rights. If you have an old conviction that took away your right to carry, the gun rights attorneys at Findley & Rogers can help guide you through the process of getting those rights back.

The Benefits of Restoring Your Rights

Restoring your gun rights means you can:

  • Own, carry, and operate firearms
  • Go hunting for sport
  • Go shooting for target practice
  • Defend your family and home against criminal threats

When your firearm rights have been revoked, it is possible to get a felony conviction just for being in the same room with a gun even if it is owned by someone else. At Findley & Rogers, our team of gun rights restoration lawyers can help you regain your rights and protect yourself from legal risks like these.

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Eligibility Requirements for Restoring Your Gun Rights

There are many eligibility requirements you must meet in order to restore your firearm rights. When you call us for a free consultation, our gun rights attorneys will discuss your specific case and actions you can take to restore your rights.

Some of the main requirements may include:

  • You have completely complied with the orders of your sentence for a misdemeanor DV charge.
  • You have no pending criminal charges in any jurisdiction..
  • You are not the subject of a restraining order.
  • If you lost your rights as a result of a felony you must not have been convicted of any other criminal offenses in the last 5 years.
  • If you lost your rights as a result of a misdemeanor domestic violence charge you must not have been convicted of any other criminal offenses in the last three years.
  • You must not have any prior felony convictions that still count on your offender score.
  • You have never been convicted of a Class A felony or sexual offense.

Call Findley & Rogers to Restore Firearm Rights

The legal process for restoring your rights can be long and complicated. Let the gun rights attorneys at Findley & Rogers guide you through that process. Contact our lawyers today for a free consultation or review our client testimonials to see what people just like you are saying about our gun rights attorneys.

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