Freeborn Law Offices, P.S. | Steve Freeborn
Yes, provided it was a "non violent" crime and no deadly weapon was used. If so, depending upon the class level of the felony (A, B, C), there is a period of time that you are required to wait (a minimum of 5 years), after all probation has been completed and you have been released from all obligation, and during this period of time, you have had NO criminal violations in ANY court - not just the state where the conviction was had.
Answer Applies to: Washington