In this case, the Court considered two issues: (1) whether DNA evidence voluntarily submitted to a public facility to absolve a defendant of a crime may be used in an unrelated criminal prosecution, and (2) whether reading a presentence report to a jury during the sentencing phase is error when the report cannot be made part of the public record.
Pandullo, Michael, "Summary of Herman v. State, 122 Nev. Adv. Op. 17" (2006). Nevada Supreme Court Summaries. 542.