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Attorney General

Bob Ferguson

AGO 1969 NO. 5 > Feb 26 1969

(1) The provisions of RCW 9.41.040, which prohibit certain convicted persons from owning or carrying a pistol, do not apply to an individual who has obtained a dismissal of criminal proceedings under RCW 9.95.240. (2) The prohibitions contained in RCW 9.41.040 continue to apply to a convicted person who has obtained a restoration of his civil rights upon parole discharge under RCW 9.96.050.

AGLO 1982 NO. 20 > Jul 30 1982

The provisions of § 2, chapter 207, Laws of 1982, relating to the imposition of a monetary assessment upon a criminal offender to pay for certain probation services, will not become legally operative until July 1, 1984, when the pertinent provisions of chapter 9.94A RCW themselves take effect in accordance with § 28, chapter 137, Laws of 1981.

AGLO 1975 NO. 93 > Dec 5 1975

Where a person upon being convicted of a particular crime has been placed on probation with a suspended sentence under RCW 9.95.210, the order thus granting probation may be revoked or modified after the expiration of the period of probation specified therein but before the date upon which the maximum term of the sentence imposed would have been completed if the execution of that sentence had not been deferred.

AGO 1966 NO. 120 > Nov 28 1966

(1) A license permitting a person to carry a concealed weapon, issued pursuant to RCW 9.41.070, may not be issued to a person who has pleaded or been found guilty of a "crime of violence" as defined in RCW 9.41.010, and who is thereupon granted a probation in accordance with RCW 9.95.200. (2) In the event that such a person successfully fulfills the conditions of his probation and obtains an order of dismissal of the indictment or information pursuant to RCW 9.95.240, his eligibility to receive a concealed weapon permit should be regarded as restored.