Ten Years After “The New Jim Crow” David Remnick, The New Yorker

Mass Incarceration, Then and Now David Remnick, The New Yorker Radio Hour

Two men are in prison for the same Florida murder. One may be innocent. He also may be executed. Dan Sullivan, Tampa Bay Times

Weinstein Jury Has Only 2 White Women as Prosecutors Protest Jan Ransom, New York Times

Facebook, Twitter hold evidence that could save people from prison. And they’re not giving it up Megan Cassidy, San Francisco Chronicle

Tear-Gas Grenades and ‘Qualified Immunity’ Robert McNamara, Wall Street Journal

The Secretive Company That Might End Privacy as We Know It Kashmir Hill, New York Times

Mississippi man gets 12 years in prison for possessing a cellphone in county jail Minyvonne Burke, NBC News

LAPD gang-framing scandal could have ripple effect on criminal cases Richard Winton, Los Angeles Times

Former LA County Sheriff Lee Baca must report to prison by Feb. 5, judge rules Alex Wigglesworth, Los Angeles Times

NJ Gov. Signs Law Granting Non-Violent Offenders Early Parole Eligibility Andrea Cipriano, The Crime Report

Armed man’s fatal shooting by Texas troopers after chase shows difference in police pursuit policies Cassandra Jaramillo, Dallas Morning News

A chance encounter, a high-speed chase: How police caught the alleged Springfield kidnapper Dugan Arnett and Gal Tziperman Lotan, Boston Globe

Eminem Slips Into the Mind of the Las Vegas Shooter Spencer Kornhaber, The Atlantic

Decades After Two Murders, an Appalachian Town Grapples With the Crimes Melissa Del Bosque, New York Times

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