In Gnecchi v. State the Washington Supreme Court failed to take advantage of an opportunity to discredit the right-privilege dichotomy, a concept which the court has used in the past to determine a citizen's interest in his driver's license. The court continued to consider the driver's license a privilege which may be revoked or suspended without a hearing.
Fred D. Smith,
Washington Case Law,
Adminstrative Law—Driver's License Suspension—Opportunity to Be Heard,
37 Wash. L. Rev.
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