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Reasons You Should Restore Your Firearm Rights

Washington law allows a citizen to use force, up to and including lethal force in certain situations, to defend themselves from the use of unlawful force against them. Your Second Amendment Rights are vital to you being able to defend yourself and your family. But no matter how lawful the force you use in self-defense is, a felon in possession of a firearm, no matter how legitimate the purpose is, is in violation of Washington law and faces severe penalties including prison time.

Become a Lawful and Responsible Gun Owner

At Washington Gun Law, we are committed to the lawful and responsible gun owner throughout our state. Washington law has some very specific requirements for restoration and each Court has its own set of rules and procedures for how this occurs. If you need assistance to restore your Second Amendment rights, so that you too can become a lawful and responsible gun owner, contact us today.

Are You Ready to Get Your Rights Back?

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Washington Gun Law is dedicated to the lawful and responsible gun owner statewide. Yes, the right to possess a firearm is a right guaranteed to us by our State and Federal Constitution. But it is a right that comes with a great deal of responsibility. Our firm focuses on self-defense, use of force, Second Amendment, firearms rights restoration, and other firearms related legal issues.

Practice Areas

Self-Defense

Firearms

Second Amendment

Firearms Rights Restoration

ATF Appeals

Gun Trusts

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Washington Gun Law is committed to answering your questions about Firearms, Second Amendment, and Firearms Rights Restoration law issues in Kirkland, WA.

We'll gladly discuss your case with you at your convenience. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.

The Supreme Court of Washington does not recognize certification of specialties in the practice of law and the certificate, award or recognition is not a requirement to practice law in the state.

PROVIDING INFORMATION DOES NOT CREATE AN ATTORNEY CLIENT RELATIONSHIP UNDER WASHINGTON LAW. ALL INFORMATION, HOWEVER, SHALL REMAIN CONFIDENTIAL.

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