When Purell is Contraband, How Do You Contain Coronavirus? Keri Blakinger and Beth Schwartzapfel, The Marshall Project

In DA’s race, will Jackie Lacey vanquish her challengers or face a major November clash? James Queally, Los Angeles Times

What Would a World Without Prisons Look Like? Patricia Leigh Brown, New York Times

Kentuckians who served felony sentences can now check online about voting rights Jack Brammer, Lexington Herald-Leader

Citizen App Again Lets Users Report Crimes – and Experts See Big Risks Belle Lin and Camille Baker, The Intercept

Execution of Alabama Man Called ‘Mockery of Justice’ The Crime Report

How access to public records is being threatened by police union contracts Dan Papscun, Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press

Governor announces intention to commute sentence of Willie Mae Harris Max Brantley, Arkansas Times

Ayanna Pressley’s Husband Spent 10 Years in Prison. Now He and Pressley Are Fighting for Re-Entry Reform Kira Lerner, The Appeal

‘It was Working’: The Rise (and Fall) of an Alaska Prison Reformer Michelle Theriault Boots, The Crime Report/Anchorage Daily News

These Formerly Incarcerated Women Fought to Close a Jail and Won (Georgia) Victoria Law, Zora

My Cell in Solitary Has a View: The Death House Lyle Wesley Andrews, The Marshall Project

Can a Rebooted Court TV Surf the True-Crime Wave? Maureen O’Connor, Vanity Fair

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