The Still Incomplete Case Against Harvey Weinstein Melissa Gira Grant, New Republic

Weinstein Verdict Signals Cultural Shift on Sexual Assault Laura Kusisto, Wall Street Journal

A Progressive Prosecutor Pledged to Reform the System. The System’s Fighting Back. Lara Bazelon, Slate

Jussie Smollett Is a Great Distraction From Years of Criminal-Justice Reform in Chicago Zak Cheney-Rice, New York Magazine

AG Barr names new federal prison director in continuing leadership make-over after Jeffrey Epstein suicide Kevin Johnson, USA Today

Clemency for Rod Blagojevich Came After Long Campaign Tailored to Trump Jess Bravin, Wall Street Journal

Alabama Prepares to Execute a Man Whose Case is Haunted by Claims of Police Misconduct Lauren Gill, The Appeal

This Tiny Louisiana Police Force Is a National Leader in Taking Guns From Abusers Ann Givens, The Trace

This State Has Figured Out How to Treat Drug-Addicted Inmates (Rhode Island) Christine Vestal, PEW

How ‘Trickle-Down Justice’ Adds More Hurdles for Returning Citizens Jesse Kelley and Arthur Rizer, The Crime Report

Where Science Enters the Courtroom, the Daubert Name Looms Large Peter Andrey Smith, Undark

Protestors call on Pennsylvania AG to ‘show mercy’ and commute more life sentences Cynthia Fernandez, Philadelphia Inquirer

Alabama Inmate Spared by Dementia Argument Dies on Death Row New York Times

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