Why incarcerated people must be able to speak out about abuse Jessica Adler, Washington Post

When the Judge Became the Defendant Ellen Barry, New York Times

The Punishment Bureaucracy Has Nothing to Do With Justice Lucy Lang, Slate

Pennsylvania will no longer hold death-row prisoners in endless solitary confinement Samantha Melamed, Philadelphia Inquirer

In the dysfunction of LA homeless policy, one cop tries to make a difference Steve Lopez, Los Angeles Times

The high cost of poor defense (Maine) Samantha Hogan, Pine Tree Watch

Civil Rights Groups Sue Mississippi Prosecutor for Illegally Striking Black Jurors Kira Lerner, The Appeal

The Quiet Rooms Jennifer Smith Richards, Jodi Cohen, and Lakeidra Chavis, Chicago Tribune/ProPublica Illinois

NYPD’s Stop-and-Frisk Practice Still Affects Minorities in New York City Ben Chapman and Katie Honan, Wall Street Journal

‘Disrupting Prison’ Reform Initiative Expands to Six States The Crime Report

FBI releases records from its decades-old probe of torture allegations against Chicago police Cmdr. Jon Burge Jeremy Gorner, Chicago Tribune

Inside Facebook’s efforts to stop revenge porn before it spreads Olivia Solon, NBC News

Man Sentenced to Life Without Parole in Brutal Farm Killings (Pennsylvania) Sandra Garcia, New York Times

Tragic coda: Years after a triple murder gutted a family, one last death is mourned (Montana) Kathleen McLaughlin, Washington Post

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