(iv) The “Plain View” Doctrine
 The “plain view” doctrine is a common law doctrine that permits the warrantless seizure of things in plain view. To engage this doctrine requires the satisfaction of three conditions:
i. the seizing officer must be lawfully in the place of seizure;
ii. the evidentiary nature of the item must be immediately apparent to the officer through the unaided use of his or her senses; and
iii. the evidence must be discovered inadvertently.
R. v. Jones, 2011 ONCA 632, 107 O.R. (3d) 241, at para. 56; Law, at para. 27.