Injustice on Repeat Michelle Alexander, New York Times

Shadow of a Doubt Emily Bazelon, New York Times

Courts Approved More Than 2,400 Reduced Sentences Under New Law — Justice Department New York Times

Parole board spares life of prisoner hours before scheduled execution (Georgia) Christian Boone, Atlanta Journal-Constitution

‘Please Try to Help Us’: Conversing With Mississippi Inmates on a Contraband Phone Rick Rojas, New York Times

Justice Department investigating Mississippi prisons Jerry Mitchell, Mississippi Center for Investigative Reporting

State Supreme Court agrees with Legislature: Felons must pay all costs to regain vote (Florida) Lawrence Mower, Miami Herald

This Trump Supreme Court Short-Lister Says God Can Instruct Juries on Guilt and Innocence Andrew Cohen, Slate

Facing Intimidation, Black Women Prosecutors Say: “Enough” Eli Hager and Nicole Lewis, The Marshall Project

New Jersey Passes Civil Asset Forfeiture Reforms CJ Ciaramella, Reason

In Erie County, Jail Deaths Continue Despite High-Profile Tragedy (New York) Raina Lipsitz, The Appeal

Kardashian West pursues criminal justice reform in TV show Beth Harris, ABC News

Betty Pat Gatliff, 89, Whose Forensic Art Solved Crimes, Dies Richard Sandomir, New York Times

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