Nevada Supreme Court issues 2 opinions

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Ramet v. State - The State may not introduce evidence of a defendant's refusal to consent to a search of his home, and the prosecutor may not comment about the refusal to consent, but the evidence is harmless under the facts of this case.

Rivera v. Philip Morris, Inc. - NRAP 5 certification re: whether Nevada law recognizes a heeding presumption in strict product liability failure-to-warn cases.

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