‘You Promised You Wouldn’t Kill Me’ Kimberlé Crenshaw, New York Times

Why Not Go to the Police? Christina Cauterucci, Slate

Why Some Police Departments Are Leaving Federal Task Forces Simone Weichselbaum, The Marshall Project

The Presidential Town Hall on Mass Incarceration Was a Historic Moment and a Missed Opportunity Alice Speri, The Intercept

Chicago Police Department to change the way it investigates murders Sam Charles, Chicago Sun Times

Why Prosecutors Should Add Restorative Justice to Their Toolbox Emily Mooney and Arthur Rizer, The Crime Report

George Gascon Has Said ‘We Need To Turn Our Court System Upside Down.’ Now He’s Running To Be LA’s Next DA Frank Stoltze, LAist

What a conservative state can teach us about progressive criminal justice reform (Oklahoma) Caleb Gayle, Boston Globe

In Northern Virginia, an ‘unprecedented’ chance to shape criminal justice Justin Jouvenal, Washington Post

DA Backs Off Hardline Stance on Immigrants Caught With Weed (California) Felipe De La Hoz, Daily Beast

Prosecutors want black judge who criticized incarceration rates of African Americans removed (Louisiana) Ashley White, USA Today

Former Oregon death row inmate first to face new trial and lesser murder charge after change in law Noelle Crombie, The Oregonian

New Court Ruling Could Make Expungement Unaffordable For Some Kentuckians Jacob Ryan, Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting

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