Amendment 4 won’t get fixed in Florida. Here’s why. Lawrence Mower, Tampa Bay Times

Vote in Florida Primary May Be Undercut by ‘Byzantine Morass’ on Felon Rights The Crime Report

Three Texas inmates have died at the hands of prison officers as use of force continues to rise Jolie McCullough, Texas Tribune

This ‘false memory’ expert has testified in hundreds of trials. Now she’s been hired by Harvey Weinstein Laura Newberry, Los Angeles Times

Court fines and fees generate important revenue. But for some people, they’re an insurmountable hurdle. Juliette Rihl, Public Source

Florida prisons are gang-filled hellholes, but few who can fix them seem to care James V. Cook, Miami Herald

A Lack of Evidence Doesn’t Keep the New York Times From Declaring a ‘Spike in Crime’ Adam H. Johnson, The Appeal

Writing off more murder cases with no arrests boosted CPD’s big turnaround in homicide clearances Frank Main, Chicago Sun-Times

Many Mississippi prisoners kept locked up past release dates due to housing shortage Michelle Liu, Mississippi Today

New, more progressive prosecutors are angering police, who warn approach will lead to chaos Marco della Cava, USA Today

Jurors swayed by racism in Texas death penalty case? Brandi Swicegood, Austin American-Statesman

Austin’s Sexual Assault Controversies Roil the District Attorney’s Race Sarah Marloff, Austin Chronicle

Alabama corrections plan: Burn it to the ground John Archibald,

Meet the Cops: Inside Donald Trump’s New Commission on Policing ShadowProof

The Journalist and the Murderers Randall Kennedy, New York Times

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