Washington Record Clearing and
Firearm Rights Restoration

Our Attorneys: Criminal Expungement Lawyers at Findley & Rogers

At Findley & Rogers, we are gun rights attorneys whose mission is to help people with criminal records understand their legal options.

In many cases, it is possible for you to have your record expunged or “vacated.” This means your convictions won’t show up anymore on background searches when you apply for a job, an apartment, or a loan. Many of our clients find that expunging their record is a big step forward in reclaiming their personal dignity and getting their life back on track.

Our founding partners are Fletcher Findley & Corey Rogers, attorneys at law and active members of the Washington State Bar Association. Our main areas of practice include:

Gun Rights Attorneys for Firearm Rights Restoration

Criminal convictions or other legal troubles often lead to a loss of firearm rights. At Findley & Rogers, we have invaluable dual experience as gun rights attorneys who can help you restore your firearm rights, and as expungement lawyers who can help clear your record for good.

These are two separate processes, so be sure to mention your reason for restoring your gun rights when you reach out to us.

Fletcher Findley


Fletcher Findley comes from Randle, WA, a village in the Cascade foothills. He graduated from New York University with honors and earned his law degree at the University of Washington School of Law. Findley has practiced law in Seattle since 2009, as an expungement lawyer, gun rights lawyer, criminal defense lawyer, and in other areas.

Prior to founding Findley & Rogers, Fletcher had worked with the Seattle City Attorney’s Office.

In his personal time, Findley is a big fan of the outdoors, and enjoys surfing, skiing, sailing, and hiking, and has previously served as a wildland firefighter.

Additional Areas of Practice

  • Estate Planning
  • Probate

Of Counsel- Corey Rogers


Corey Rogers graduated from the University of Mississippi with honors, earning degrees in biology and environmental studies. He earned his JD at the University of Washington School of Law, graduating in the upper third of his class.

In addition to his past work as an expungement lawyer and criminal defense lawyer, Rogers’ previous legal experience includes working in the King County Ombudsman's Office and the King County Prosecuting Attorney's Office. He also served as a law clerk for the Tulalip Tribes of Washington and worked at the Center for Environmental Law and Policy, an organization dedicated to preserving and restoring Washington’s waterways.

Like Findley, Rogers is an avid outdoorsman. He enjoys climbing, backpacking, and skiing, and is a member of the Seattle Mountaineers. He also enjoys world travel.

Corey is not currently taking on new clients.

Contact Findley & Rogers

If you need experienced gun rights attorneys or expungement lawyers to help you get your life back on track, contact us today to discuss your situation. We work with clients all across Washington State and are ready to help you restore your rights.