In Canada, prosecutors are using suspects’ own rap lyrics to win convictions – Los Angeles Times


In Canada, prosecutors are using suspects' own rap lyrics to win convictions
Los Angeles Times
Skeete's case is one of a growing number in Canada in which rap lyrics are used to win cases. David Tanovich, a University of Windsor law professor, turned up 16 cases of rap music used as evidence of guilt and five where it was used as a defense.

In Canada, prosecutors are using suspects’ own rap lyrics to win convictions – Los Angeles Times


In Canada, prosecutors are using suspects' own rap lyrics to win convictions
Los Angeles Times
Skeete's case is one of a growing number in Canada in which rap lyrics are used to win cases. David Tanovich, a University of Windsor law professor, turned up 16 cases of rap music used as evidence of guilt and five where it was used as a defense.

In Canada, prosecutors are using suspects’ own rap lyrics to win convictions – Los Angeles Times


In Canada, prosecutors are using suspects' own rap lyrics to win convictions
Los Angeles Times
Skeete's case is one of a growing number in Canada in which rap lyrics are used to win cases. David Tanovich, a University of Windsor law professor, turned up 16 cases of rap music used as evidence of guilt and five where it was used as a defense.

In Canada, prosecutors are using suspects’ own rap lyrics to win convictions – Los Angeles Times


In Canada, prosecutors are using suspects' own rap lyrics to win convictions
Los Angeles Times
Skeete's case is one of a growing number in Canada in which rap lyrics are used to win cases. David Tanovich, a University of Windsor law professor, turned up 16 cases of rap music used as evidence of guilt and five where it was used as a defense.

In Canada, prosecutors are using suspects’ own rap lyrics to win convictions – Los Angeles Times


In Canada, prosecutors are using suspects' own rap lyrics to win convictions
Los Angeles Times
Skeete's case is one of a growing number in Canada in which rap lyrics are used to win cases. David Tanovich, a University of Windsor law professor, turned up 16 cases of rap music used as evidence of guilt and five where it was used as a defense.

In Canada, prosecutors are using suspects’ own rap lyrics to win convictions – Los Angeles Times


In Canada, prosecutors are using suspects' own rap lyrics to win convictions
Los Angeles Times
Skeete's case is one of a growing number in Canada in which rap lyrics are used to win cases. David Tanovich, a University of Windsor law professor, turned up 16 cases of rap music used as evidence of guilt and five where it was used as a defense.

In Canada, prosecutors are using suspects’ own rap lyrics to win convictions – Los Angeles Times


In Canada, prosecutors are using suspects' own rap lyrics to win convictions
Los Angeles Times
Skeete's case is one of a growing number in Canada in which rap lyrics are used to win cases. David Tanovich, a University of Windsor law professor, turned up 16 cases of rap music used as evidence of guilt and five where it was used as a defense.

In Canada, prosecutors are using suspects’ own rap lyrics to win convictions – Los Angeles Times


In Canada, prosecutors are using suspects' own rap lyrics to win convictions
Los Angeles Times
Skeete's case is one of a growing number in Canada in which rap lyrics are used to win cases. David Tanovich, a University of Windsor law professor, turned up 16 cases of rap music used as evidence of guilt and five where it was used as a defense.

In Canada, prosecutors are using suspects’ own rap lyrics to win convictions – Los Angeles Times


In Canada, prosecutors are using suspects' own rap lyrics to win convictions
Los Angeles Times
Skeete's case is one of a growing number in Canada in which rap lyrics are used to win cases. David Tanovich, a University of Windsor law professor, turned up 16 cases of rap music used as evidence of guilt and five where it was used as a defense.

In Canada, prosecutors are using suspects’ own rap lyrics to win convictions – Los Angeles Times


In Canada, prosecutors are using suspects' own rap lyrics to win convictions
Los Angeles Times
Skeete's case is one of a growing number in Canada in which rap lyrics are used to win cases. David Tanovich, a University of Windsor law professor, turned up 16 cases of rap music used as evidence of guilt and five where it was used as a defense.