Gun Rights Restore – Possess Firearms
Washington law, RCW 9.41.040, permits people with a felony conviction to restore lost firearms rights after five years in the community without being convicted of a new offense or currently charged with an offense. A person convicted of a gross misdemeanor may petition the court to restore his firearm right after three years. Certain other restrictions may apply. I first determine whether you are eligible to reinstate your right and then counsel you on what steps are necessary to successfully restore your right to possess firearms.
Last Modified: February 6, 2020