In this article, the author seeks to review the Code with the advantage of hindsight afforded by the passage of time since the completion of his activities as Reporter for the Judiciary Committee. Beyond this general review of the Code, the author will offer general observations concerning the process of code revision and the philosophy of the Code. Finally, the author will consider, in the context of the students' Notes appearing in this issue of the Washington Law Review, the effect adoption of the Code will have on criminal law in Washington.
Richard H. Holmquist,
The Draftman's View of the Revised Code,
48 Wash. L. Rev.
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