Section II examines State v. Myrick itself, including the Washington Supreme Court's path that led to that decision, the facts of the case, its reasoning, and its holding. Section III discusses the reaction to and effects of Myrick, including the seemingly disingenuous and inconsistent cases that have followed Myrick. Section IV outlines a proposal that more precisely defines a search in Washington, discussing the sources of the proposed test, examining how it would help guide Washington courts, and explaining which cases would be decided differently using the proposed standard.
Daniel J. Clark, Dropping Anchor: Defining a Search in Compliance With Article I, Section 7 of the Washington State Constitution, 21 SEATTLE U. L. REV. 1 (1997).