Getting your gun rights or voting rights restored in Washington State is not a simple process, but L.A. Law can help.
Whether you lost your gun rights due to a felony or a misdemeanor, or a mental health commitment, in King County, another county in Washington, or in another state, you may be eligible to have your right to possess a firearm restored by the court.
L.A. Law has assisted clients in countless different situations get their gun rights restored in counties all over Washington. We also assist clients with dealing with the FBI NICS division in clearing up records issues with the federal government. Contact us now to discuss how we can help restore your gun rights and return your right to possess a firearm without delay.
You hunt. You fish. You spend time in the woods and on the rivers. We understand the specific issues that confront sportsmen and women in the Northwest.
Whether a person with a felony conviction is permanently barred from voting is determined on a state-by-state basis. Restoring the voting rights of felons has had an uneven history. Over the years, states have loosened the restrictions only to reinstate them later.
Almost all states prohibit felons from voting, but most reinstate the voting privileges at some point. States vary in how they handle restoring a felon's voting rights and typically fall into three categories: Felons don't lose the right to vote, Automatic reinstatement & Conditional reinstatement. Find out more by contacting us at L.A. Law.