Barr’s Tough on Crime Approach Only Applies to ‘Those People’ Nancy LeTourneau, Washington Monthly

After Stone Case, Prosecutors Say They Fear Pressure From Trump Katie Benner, Charlie Savage, Sharon LaFraniere, and Ben Protess, New York Times

Amid uproar, Senate Democrats to offer compromise on bail law (New York) Yancey Roy, Newsday

State Senate Democrats secretly meet to fix controversial bail reform law (New York) Bernadette Hogan, New York Post

Nextdoor Wants to Be a One-Stop Shop for Police Sarah Holder, CityLab

How Witness Identifications Send Innocent People to Prison Jay Willis, The Appeal

Korean liquor store. Black neighborhood. A quarter-century after the riots, misgivings still run deep (Los Angeles, CA) Victoria Kim and Angel Jennings, Los Angeles Times

Report Gives States Failing Grade in Inmate Education The Crime Report

New Philly Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw is already making changes – starting with her fingernails Chris Palmer, Philadelphia Inquirer

Kansas man was framed in ‘Machiavellian’ murder-suicide scheme, lawyers argue (Kansas) Monty Davis and Luke Nozicka, Kansas City Star

Maine lawmakers seek to change law that lets police conceal use of high-tech surveillance Randy Billings, Portland Press Herald

‘Old-boy-style racism’ by small-town cops leads to $600,000 payout to Portland man (Oregon) Maxine Bernstein, The Oregonian

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