Even after being released from prison, a criminal conviction can have a significant negative effect on a person's life. It may be more challenging to find housing, employment, volunteer opportunities, or even insurance policies if you have a history of criminal offenses, but a recent law in Washington state may help to break down these barriers.
What We Do
If you need help regaining your firearm rights in Washington, you have come to the right place. We go the extra mile to ensure we remove your criminal records and set you free. Whether it is examining your eligibility, drafting motions, or representing you in front of the judge—we’ve got you covered.
At Washington Record Expungement, we do not overcharge our clients; we follow a flat fee structure to establish long-lasting relationships with the clients and maintain customer loyalty.
If You Meet the below Requirements, We Can Help You Regain Your Gun Rights
- No pending criminal charges in Washington State or any Federal Court.
- No active orders in Washington State or any Federal Court.
- No Class A felony or any other felony carries a potential sentence of at least 20 years.
- You must have spent five years living in the community without being convicted of any new criminal offenses or three years in the case of a misdemeanor conviction.
- No prior convictions that would have resulted in the loss of your right to possess firearms counted in your offender score.
- Completed every term and condition of each sentence.
Gun Rights Restoration Process
A person may restore their firearm rights by going through the below process:
- Our team will determine if you meet the restoration requirements.
- Post verification, your legal representative will draft a proposal requesting your right to use or possess firearms.
- Once the proposal is ready, we will present it to the court for acceptance.
- The court will confirm your eligibility by performing certain criminal background checks.
- If you’re deemed fit, an order will be passed to vacate and seal the charges levied on you.
- Lastly, the agency is notified regarding the decision taken by the court.
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Why choose us as your legal team?
We have 23 Years ’ Experience successfully clearing records, restoring gun rights, and defending people in Pierce, King, Kitsap, and Thurston Counties.