Washington Gun Law President, William Kirk, discusses the recent holdings of State v. Flannery, a case out of our Court of Appeals, Division II, which found that Washington state's pre-trial orders for Defendant's accused of certain crimes. Under Washington law, a person charged with a felony or domestic violence offense is almost always ordered to surrender all firearms and concealed pistol licenses. However, the order prohibiting possession takes effect immediately, but then the individual is ordered to surrender their firearms. Or put another way, ordered to turn over evidence that they are in violation of the law. This is just one of the three successful Constitutional attacks made to this statutory scheme.


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