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Legal Information: Washington
Updated: December 3, 2020
What happens if the respondent violates the order?
If the respondent violates the extreme risk protection order, s/he may be charged with a crime and may not be able to have a firearm for at least five more years after the order expires.1
1 Wash. Code § 7.94.120.
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