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Have Your Gun Rights Been Revoked? Call Us at (206) 222-7701 for Help!
The Second Amendment declares the right to bear arms for American citizens. However, that doesn’t stand true if you’ve been convicted of certain crimes or deemed ineligible to utilize this privilege. This can be problematic if you go hunting or target shooting, or run into situations where firearms are present. Regarding self-defense, you are automatically excluded from accessing the most powerful weapon needed to protect yourself from dangerous situations: A gun.
If your gun rights were revoked, our proven attorneys will work diligently to try to give back what’s yours. We obtain over 30 years of combined experience defending all kinds of cases, especially the most complex ones.
Contact us online or call (206) 222-7701 to get started on restoring your gun rights!
What Are Washington’s Gun Restoration Laws?
Certain individuals who have committed felonies, domestic violence acts or have a history of mental illness are exempt from legally possessing a firearm for life. You need our experienced team to examine your history and current situation to assess the best strategies needed to fight to restore your right to bear arms.
Washington prohibits the following personsfrom possessing a firearm:
- A person who has been convicted or found not guilty by reason of insanity of any felony or any of the following crimes committed against a family or household member:
- 4th degree assault, coercion, stalking, reckless endangerment, 1st degree criminal trespass, or violation of the provisions of a protection order or no-contact order restraining the person or excluding the person from a residence.
- A person who was involuntarily committed to mental health treatment.
- A person who has had certain charges dismissed in court based on their incompetency to stand trial.
- A person who is not subject to a court order that:
- Restrains the person from harassing, stalking, or threatening those who issued a protective order against the person; or
- includes a finding that the person represents a credible threat to the physical safety of the protected person or child; and
- includes an order requiring the person to surrender all firearms and prohibiting the person from accessing, obtaining, or possessing firearms.
- A person who is under 18 years old.
- A person who is free on bond or personal recognizance pending trial, appeal, or sentencing for a serious offense.
We Will Fight to Restore Your Right to Bear Arms
Some people who have mental illnesses or have committed a felony or misdemeanor crime in the past undergo court-mandated rehabilitation programs and successfully manage to rebuild their reputation and prove themselves. In these situations, we believe their gun rights should be restored as well.
Your record shouldn’t define who you are as a person, nor should it delegate which constitutional rights you can enjoy. Our gun rights restoration lawyers can formulate a hard-hitting defense to better help you regain your Second Amendment rights.
Allow our distinguished, client-focused firm to represent your case. Call (206) 222-7701 or contact us online for your free case evaluation.
The attorneys at Ramirez & Cooper, Inc. have a thorough understanding of the legal proceedings and criminal statutes. We are able to give our clients the resources, advocacy and legal advice they need to be successful inside and outside the courtroom. Our legal team will stand by your side every step of the way and always keep you updated on the status of your case. We handle criminal cases throughout Washington state. Let us build a case strategy for you or your loved one, we may be able to take action before charges are even filed.
Over 30 Years’ of Combined Legal Experience
Former Prosecution Experience*
Thousands of Criminal Cases Handled
Over 1,000 DUI Cases Handled
Hundreds of Cases Tried to Verdict or Judgment
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