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    Hello to all....I have been browsing this forum for months now and think that the purpose it serves is greatly needed in society. That being said the following question is one that, after lots of research, I cannot find a clear decisive answer. How does a person go about getting his/her firearms rights restored....And who is a good attorney specializing in this subject field? Thanks to all for your education.

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    Judith DuBester specializes in that, at least for juvenile offenses. Works out of Seattle.

    http://www.thestranger.com/seattle/Content?oid=4321
    "I'm just a no-account screed-peddler" Dave Workman http://goo.gl/CNf6pB

    "We ought to extend the [1994] assault weapons ban" George W Bush

    "The Bush Administration declared a permanent ban today on almost all foreign-made semiautomatic assault rifles." George Bush Sr, New York Times on July 8, 1989

    "I support the Brady bill and I urge the Congress to enact it without delay." Ronald Regan.

    "Guns are an abomination." Richard Nixon

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    It depends on what one was convicted for. Paul Ferris at http://www.washrecord.com offers free email and phone inqueries to determine eligibility.





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