Defendant Deangelo Carroll appealed from a conviction for conspiracy to commit murder and first-degree murder with use of a deadly weapon. The Supreme Court of Nevada found the district court erred in denying Carroll’s motion to suppress his statements to police because the police subjected Carroll to a custodial interrogation, without advising him of his Miranda rights. The Court affirmed however, finding the error harmless beyond a reasonable doubt.
Folkestad, Jessie, "State v. Carroll, 132 Nev. Adv. Op. 23 (Apr. 7, 2016)" (2016). Nevada Supreme Court Summaries. 969.