Nothing to see here, officer.

The state Supreme Court just ruled that police can once again search your car without a warrant, as long as they have reasonable suspicion to believe illegal substances or crime evidence may be inside.

While I don't support this ruling, I'm happy to say I have nothing to hide. Here are five things police would find if they checked my car right now:

1. Good tunes. An essential part of my commute.

(Photo: Kira Buxton)

2. Long board. My coworkers can attest to the fact that I've rarely gone anywhere in the last six months without this extra set of wheels.

(Photo: Kira Buxton)

3. Dashboard donut. Once part of a friendship key chain, this delicious-looking ornament brightens my day.

(Photo: Kira Buxton)

Lighting equipment. Jim Gearhart calls my soft boxes "cat carriers," but the officer who pulled me over last summer said he thought they were bombs.

(Photo: Kira Buxton)

Jersey pride. Never leave the house without it. (And yes, that's a deer on the patch.)

(Photo: Kira Buxton)

What would police find if they checked your car right now? Leave a comment below, or tweet me a photo @nj1015.

Kira Buxton is producer of The Jim Gearhart Show and a professional photographer-videographer. You can reach her at kira.buxton@townsquaremedia.com.