The Nevada Supreme Court considered whether evidence found during a routine, warrantless vehicle inventory search is validly obtained under the United States and Nevada Constitutions when the inventory is not completed.The United States and Nevada Constitutions protect against unreasonable searches and seizures,but some exceptions such as the “plain view” exception exist. Here, the Court found that the officers met the elements of the “plain view” doctrine, making the search reasonable and the evidence properly obtained.
Sinagra, Courtney, "Jim v. State, 137 Nev. Adv. Op. 57 (Sep. 23, 2021)." (2021). Nevada Supreme Court Summaries. 1436.