Northam signs parole reform into law (Virginia) Tyler Arnold, Washington Examiner

Colorado lawmakers have passed a death penalty repeal. What will Gov. Polis do with the men on death row? Jesse Paul, Colorado Sun

Inmate No. 3102000153: What Awaits Harvey Weinstein Behind Bars Alan Feuer and Jan Ransom, New York Times

‘Media Industry’ Pressures Weinstein Jurors to Talk The Crime Report

NYC Has “A Long Way To Go” To End The Illegal Stop-And-Frisk Era Yasmeen Khan, Gothamist

In a Florida Courtroom, People Charged with Probation Violations Face Humiliation from Judge Samantha Schuyler, The Appeal

The Zo Michael K. Williams, The Marshall Project

Lori Loughlin’s attorneys say new evidence proves innocence; trial set for October Joey Garrison, USA Today

69 convicted solely on disgraced ex-Houston cop’s ‘evidence’ could see new trials, DA says St. John Barned-Smith, Houston Chronicle

DNA on a straw helps jury convict man of murder in 1979 slaying of Iowa teen Anna Spoerre, USA Today

Fort Collins police defend investigation in fatal shooting case, despite errors noted by prosecutors (Colorado) John Frank, Colorado Sun

Police training in South Carolina is dangerously deficient Seth W. Stoughton and Geoffrey P. Alpert, Post and Courier

Justice in America: Police Accountability Josie Duffy and Darnell Moore, The Appeal

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