She’s Harvey Weinstein’s Lawyer, and She Thinks #MeToo Is ‘Dangerous’ Jan Ransom, New York Times

How Far Can Abused Women Go To Protect Themselves? Elizabeth Flock, The New Yorker

On the damage done by economists to criminal-justice policy Grits for Breakfast

Parole reform is the next criminal justice frontier Gustavo Rivera, New York Daily News

True Crime Podcast Leads to Arrest in 40-Year-Old Cold Case Brenna Ehrlich and Andrea Marks, Rolling Stone

Apple Takes a (Cautious) Stand Against Opening a Killer’s iPhones Jack Nicas and Katie Benner, New York Times

Michigan’s ‘juvenile lifers’ get a second look – and maybe a second chance Mary Beth Spalding, South Bend Tribune

Judge orders attorney access for migrants who fear Remain in Mexico return Kristina Davis, San Diego Union-Tribune

Man Accused of Murdering Woman, 92, Should Have Been Deported, ICE Says Annie Correal, New York Times

Riot police in armored vehicle roust homeless mothers from illegally occupied Oakland house Katie Shepherd, Washington Post

Important lessons for Philadelphia from Chicago’s three-year decline in gun violence Editorial Board, Philadelphia Inquirer

How Police Can Kill Fewer People: Numbers vs. Narratives James M. Doyle, The Crime Report

Bail reform causes a big drop – 100 inmates – in Syracuse jail. Reason might surprise you Douglass Dowty,

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