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  1. #61
    I went down to the King County Superior Court Clerk's Office today and tried to get anything in reference to firearm rights but they couldn't get into the case records. The person looking it up left and worked with his boss for about 15 minutes then came back and said they couldn't get any records or even come up with a case number. He also said he has never seen anything like it and my lawyer must have done a really good job. Apparently I might need a court order to access these records even though it was my case.

    This leaves me thinking it might be worth a try to apply for a CPL without getting those records first. If it is denied I can always get appeal right? Would they go as far as to get a court order to see these charges when doing a background check?

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  3. #62
    Shall issue State. They will tell you why they can't. Then you can go from there. When it wa a May issue State they denied me. But now they fixed it and no problems

  4. #63
    You mean you had to wait until they changed it to a shall issue state to get a CPL or did you just have to fix the issue when it was a may issue state? I'm thinking if there's a problem with the local background check that I should be able to give the paperwork directly to the Edmonds PD in order to clear it up, can anyone confirm that? I just find it much easier to talk directly to someone instead of mailing things back and forth.

  5. #64
    When it was a may issue. The issued me a cpl. Then decided not to and revoked it and when I asked them I had to come in. I didn't. That was 10 yrs ago. I applied last month and they said they had to give it to me because there was no reason not to.Fill out the form truthfully and they will take care of it. If you have DV on your record and got it taken off let them know show them the paper. I had to wait 60 days for them to be 200% okay with it. Just don't lie. You will be fine

  6. #65
    Good advice and I'm glad you finally got your License. I was reading about NCIC on the FBI website and they say "Once the NICS establishes that the requisite domestic relationship is present, which is typically made by reference to the police report..." So it looks like I can just provide the police report to show that the requisite domestic relationship is not present and all should be well. I hope this process can help someone else in a similar situation in the future although I'm not sure how common it is to plead guilty to the wrong charge.

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  8. #67
    Absolutely. It's better to learn as a kid where no one is hurt than later in life when things can get more serious. I don't think it's right to lock up a kid for a schoolyard type argument but that's how the system works. It did, however, open my eyes to the importance of civil rights and the need to protect them.

    I started the fight for my right to bear arms some time ago but have just recently decided to pursue gun ownership after thinking about this responsibility for a long time.

  9. May Issue???? Ironmike86, what are you talking about? I've only had my Washington CPL for 36 years, but Dad predates me by quite a few years. As far as I know, Washington has always been a Shall Issue state. In fact, back in Dad's day, the law was printed on the back of the carry license.

    I suppose Dave Workman would be the man to ask for Washington gun law history. But I think I'm right.
    “The police of a State should never be stronger or better armed than the citizenry. An armed citizenry, willing to fight is the foundation of civil freedom.” Heinlein

  10. #69
    Quote Originally Posted by Hamilton Felix View Post
    May Issue???? Ironmike86, what are you talking about?

    I suppose Dave Workman would be the man to ask for Washington gun law history. But I think I'm right.
    Yeah I believe your right. But that's probably why the Sheriff said the person who issued my Cpl then revoked it. Really didn't have any grounds to.
    a week later in a letter

  11. #70
    Edmonds PD only does new CPL applications by appointment on Wednesdays so I have to wait until Nov. 9 just to get started. I'm pretty sure they are supposed to accept them during business hours but maybe they do the background check right then and there? Is there any way to run an NCIC check ahead of time so I can get the paperwork together to contest it if I have to? I already have a non-official copy of the order to restore firearms rights in WA.

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