Restoration of Firearms Rights

Kittitas County only


  • The conviction disqualifying you from possessing firearms must be from a Kittitas County court

  • If you are convicted of a gross misdemeanor with domestic violence, you must have gone three years since supervision ended without an arrest leading to a conviction

  • If you are convicted of a Class C felony, you must have gone five years since supervision ended without an arrest leading to a conviction

  • If you are convicted of a Class B felony, you must have gone ten years since supervision ended without an arrest leading to a conviction

  • If you have gone the required period without an arrest leading to a conviction, a subsequent arrest and conviction for a non-felony offense or for a gross misdemeanor or misdemeanor offense not involving domestic violence will not disqualify you from having your firearm rights restored. State v. Dennis, 191 Wn.2d 169 (2018)

  • Fee is $500, payable in advance, but refundable if your firearms rights restoration petition is denied

  • Must also pay $240 filing fee and and the cost of criminal records search ($11 per search)