Gun rights are important to many Spokane residents, whether their weapon is used for sporting, personal protection or as part of a collection. Certain legal situations, though, can spur the state to take away one's gun rights. These include being convicted of specific offenses or being committed via court order for mental health treatment. However, in certain instances, Washington State residents who have had their gun rights taken away by the state can have these rights restored.
Since a resident to whom this situation applies is likely to have many questions about the restoration of gun rights, it may be wise to seek legal advice from a weapons crimes attorney. Facing felony gun charges or other weapons charges can be intimidating, but defendants don't have to face these allegations alone.