Supreme Court Won’t Allow Federal Executions to Resume Adam Liptak, New York Times

Why the Supreme Court Rebuked the Trump Administration’s Quest for Speedy Executions Mark Joseph Stern, Slate

When Mental Illness Becomes a Jail Sentence Paul Tullis, The Atlantic

California Is Letting Thousands of Prisoners Out Early. Its Housing Crisis Is Keeping Them From Starting Over. Marisa Endicott, Mother Jones

When a DNA Test Says You’re a Younger Man, Who Lives 5,000 Miles Away Heather Murphy, New York Times

‘Scot-Free’: What Happens When Prosecutors Behave Badly Cara Bayles, Law360

After Miramar shootout leaves 4 dead, a community asks: Did police get it right? Aaron Leibowitz, Samantha Gross, and David Ovalle, Miami Herald

Ex-cop details NYPD ‘collar quotas’ – arrest black and Hispanic men, ‘no cuffs on soft targets’ of Jews, Asians, whites: court docs Stephen Rex Brown and Graham Rayman, New York Daily News

Black BART riders received more than half of citations for ‘eating or drinking’ in last three years Angela Ruggiero and Nico Savidge, Bay Area News Group

This Judge Is Married to the Sheriff. Ethics Complaints Have Piled Up. (South Carolina) Joseph Cranney, ProPublica

Chicago Police Torture: Explained Kelly Hayes, The Appeal

Soaring Female Population, Racial Disparities Drive State Incarceration Numbers The Crime Report

Accidental shootings by police expose training shortfalls Martha Bellisle, Associated Press

New York City Jail Costs Reach Record Level Ben Chapman, Wall Street Journal

He served 43 years for a murder he didn’t commit. Now he’s suing the county, sheriff and SBI. (North Carolina) Josh Shaffer, Raleigh News & Observer

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