Wealthy and connected defendants like Roger Stone get off easy all the time Sarah Lustbader, Washington Post

Anatomy of Hate Emily Kassie, The Marshall Project

A Rape Suspect Was Released. 3 More Women Were Attacked. Ashley Southall, New York Times

Tennessee Man Could Be the First Person in Nearly a Century to Be Executed After Being Forced to Represent Himself at Trial Steven Hale, The Appeal

The Supreme Court and the death penalty Stephen Wermiel, SCOTUS Blog

NYC Prosecutors Are Keeping Lists of Police Officers Who Lie Too Much to Be Trusted in Court Zak Cheney-Rice, New York Magazine

Are Pretrial Risk Assessments Biased? The Debate Sharpens Ted Gest, The Crime Report

He Attempted Suicide and Ended Up in Jail Elizabeth Weill-Greenberg, The Appeal

A ‘Record’ 152 Laws Reducing Reentry Barriers Passed in 2019 The Crime Report

Witnesses called it a vicious mugging. The alleged ‘perps’: prison guards (Florida) Carli Teproff, Miami Herald

Warren County woman highlights private probation abuses in Missouri Tony Messenger, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Florida attorney general reverses course, grants reparations for wrongfully convicted Jacksonville man Andrew Pantazi, Florida Times-Union

Public Universities, Prison-Made Furniture Lilah Burke, Inside Higher Ed

McMillions’ isn’t your usual true crime docuseries. Here’s how they made it Meredith Blake, Los Angeles Times

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