Do Algorithms Have a Place in Policing? Eva Ruth Moravec, The Atlantic

An illusion of justice Radley Balko, Washington Post

Can’t Pay Court Fees? In Florida, You Could Lose Your Driver’s License Nadege Green, The Crime Report

True crime always risks exploitation. But it can still make the world a better place. Sarah Weinman, Washington Post

DC Residents Aren’t Buying a Trump-Appointed Prosecutor’s Campaign Against Criminal Justice Reform Mark Joseph Stern, Slate

Have a sealed arrest in NYC? You may now be in a class action suit against the NYPD Stephen Rex Brown, New York Daily News

Utah officials want to let minority defendants raise issues of race and bias at their sentencing Jessica Miller, Salt Lake Tribune

Almost empty: “Monument” to punishment-heavy ‘90s sees sharp population decline (Connecticut) Kelan Lyons, Connecticut Mirror

How a crime reporter went from covering murders to solving them Brad Hamilton, New York Post

How Atlanta’s mayor turned her famous father’s arrest into a passion for criminal justice reform David Knowles, Yahoo News

Ghost Ship trial: Max Harris acquitted; jury hangs on convicting Derick Almena (California) Angela Ruggiero, San Jose Mercury News

Everyone Can Be Wrong Laura Miller, Slate

Michael B. Jordan says Bryan Stevenson is the ‘real-life superhero’ of ‘Just Mercy’ Ashley Lee, Los Angeles Times

Lifetime’s ‘College Admissions Scandal’ Trailer Brings The Major Allegations To Life Jessica Wang, Bustle

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