The Suburbs Aren’t Scared of Criminal Justice Reform Alex Yablon, Slate

Why we don’t know as much as we should about police surveillance technology Rebecca Heilweil, Vox

How quickly should courts change the law? Florida tests the limit. Patrik Jonsson, Christian Science Monitor

El Paso shooting suspect faces nearly 100 federal charges, including hate crimes Julián Aguilar, Texas Tribune

This Is the Toughest Question Facing Harvey Weinstein’s Jury Megan Twohey and Jodi Kantor, New York Times

Virginia Democrats promised criminal justice reform. Have they delivered? Rachel Weiner and Laura Vozzella, Washington Post

“The Hole In The System”: What Tiffany Harris’s Case Really Says About Bail Reform Beth Fertig, Gothamist

Police Chief Made Fiery Claim Over MS-13 Murder. Records Dispute It. (New York) Ali Watkins, New York Times

OC deputies’ lapses prompt massive review of evidence handling Jaclyn Cosgrove, Los Angeles Times

In Michigan, Where Pot is Legal, Will Gov. Gretchen Whitmer Take Up Case of Man Serving Decades for a Weed Offense? Tana Ganeva, The Intercept

They Went to Jail. Then They Say They Were Strapped to a Chair for Days. (Missouri) Maurice Chammah, The Marshall Project

From the Inside Looking Out Keith Martin, The Marshall Project

In solving his own son’s murder, “The Pharmacist” also took on the opioid epidemic D. Watkins, Salon

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