Appoint a gun rights attorney with over 20 years of case experience. I’m skilled in firearm related charges, sealing records and restoring gun rights.
Let’s discuss your case and see what options you have. I’ll review your criminal history to find out if you qualify. You’ll only pay if I think I can help. Get Help Now
I’m a firm believer in the 2nd amendment, and it’s intended purpose. It’s driven me to become one of Washington’s top gun rights lawyers. Over the last two decades I’ve defended 1,000s of clients facing gun charges. Everything from carry violations to cases involving loss of life.
I’m an active member of the local firearm community. This network keeps me up to date on decisive legal changes. Whether you’re facing a charge or need your rights restored. I’ll have a strategy for your situation.
I have experience with a broad range of firearm related cases. The most common involve defense, clearing records and restoring rights. Below is an overview of the areas I can help with.
WA state doesn't expunge criminal records. The courts use a process to either vacate or seal certain records. There are various laws for vacating juvenile and adult convictions. Knowing the order and rules related to each case is crucial. Taking care of certain charges out of order can cause future headaches. These are some ways I can aid with clearing your criminal record.
I've had many people's gun rights restored in WA state. First, I'll verify if you're eligible before submitting your petition.While not required, it's common for this process to include sealing past records. I recommend pulling your criminal history before our meeting. Doing so will speed up the process and save you attorney fees. Hiring a qualified gun rights attorney will help you:
If you're facing charges or are a proactive gun owner looking for guidance. I'm here to assist. After defending themselves, family or property. Many people are surprised to find out they're facing criminal charges. It's a routine practice for police to confiscate firearms from the owner. In addition to losing your freedom you could lose your gun rights. I can help protect against these potential outcomes.
You can lose your firearm rights even if a gun wasn't involved in the crime. No contact orders are a common way people lose their rights. Most domestic violence arrests result in some sort of protection order. It's critical to act fast to reduce immediate damages. I'm an expert in defending DV cases and dealing with seized weapons. You have options on where your property goes. My pledge is to guide you and help you achieve a positive outcome.