State of Nevada v. Grimes

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State of Nevadavs.Grimes
Number: none
Year: 1906
State: Nevada
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This case established the importance of open records to those of interest prior to legislation.


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State v. Grimes was a case in 1906 in Nevada that recognized the right of the requester to inspect and copy public records provided they have an "interest" matter being investigated[1].

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