The Court determined whether the fairness of a criminal trial was compromised by the district court’s admission into evidence of: (1) rap lyrics that the accused wrote while in jail; (2) a co-conspirator’s out-of-court statement that the accused “went off” and “just started shooting”; and (3) unwarned statements that the accused made to Nevada detectives who interviewed him out of state.
Vasek, Brian, "Summary of Holmes v. State, 129 Nev. Adv. Op. 59" (2013). Nevada Supreme Court Summaries. 69.