On appeal, the Supreme Court of Nevada recognized that the report said only that the police had investigated city officials and found that they’d done nothing wrong. Since there was no statute making such reports exempt from disclosure, and no public policy reason to so declare, the Court found the report to be subject to disclosure under Nev. Rev. Stat. § 239.010. Therefore, the trial court was reversed and the case remanded. See: Donrey of Nevada, Inc. v. Bradshaw, 106 Nev. 530; 798 P.2d 144 (1990).
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Donrey of Nevada, Inc. v. Bradshaw
|Cite||106 Nev. 530; 798 P.2d 144 (1990)|
|Level||State Supreme Court|