In Yakima County, gun rights are a way of life. Whether you want your rights back in order to go hunting, get in some target practice, defend your home and family, or if you have no reason at all other than to exercise your constitutional rights, it’s understandable that you want to your firearm rights restored.
That’s exactly what our knowledgeable team of attorneys at Findley & Rogers can help you accomplish!
Yakima County Gun Rights Restoration Legal Requirements
For residents of Washington, including Yakima County, gun rights restoration is possible under these circumstances:
- Before you can get your rights restored, a period from 3 to 10 years must pass, depending on the specifics of your case.
- For DV cases you must have done everything the court ordered. In particular, this means pay any fines, restitution, or serve community service involved in your sentence,
- You can’t have a conviction for a Class A felony, sex offenses, or certain kinds of violent crimes.
Why Should I Hire an Attorney? Can I “Represent Myself”?
There are three smart reasons to hire an attorney here in Yakima County. Gun rights restoration is not easy, and, with an attorney, you can:
- Save money
- Save time
- Avoid the difficulty of navigating the legal system yourself
Hiring an attorney isn’t legally required. You could do it entirely by yourself, and sometimes people do; however, the legal system is not easy for ordinary members of the public to deal with. It is highly complicated and demands extreme legal precision or else your Yakima County gun rights effort will fail.
In fact, one of the key benefits of hiring the experienced attorneys at Findley & Rogers is that it can end up saving you money. People who try to get through the process themselves often make mistakes or oversights that result in failure, which can result in higher legal fees down the road when it becomes necessary to hire an attorney to correct mistakes, or potentially to handle a criminal charge that could have been avoided.
Take Back Your Rights with Help from Findley & Rogers
If you’ve lost your gun rights in the past and you live here in Yakima County, gun rights restoration can give you closure and help you move on with your life.
At Findley & Rogers, we specialize in helping people like you get back their rights. If you think you might meet the legal requirements to get your rights restored, contact us at Findley & Rogers. We’ll go over your case with you and give you a clear sense of what we can do to help, what the next steps are, and what it will cost you.
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