Justice Is Blind. What if She Also Has the Coronavirus? Richard A. Oppel Jr. and Serge F. Kovaleski, New York Times

Our Courts and Jails Are Putting Lives at Risk Emily Bazelon, New York Times

Why Jails Are Key to ‘Flattening the Curve’ of Coronavirus Kelsey Kauffman, The Appeal

In hardest-hit states, coronavirus is grinding justice to a halt Kara Scannell and Erica Orden, CNN

LA County courts call for 30-day delay in many trials amid coronavirus spread Matt Hamilton, Los Angeles Times

California ‘Sanctuary’ Policies Have No Impact on Crime Rates, Study Finds The Crime Report

A Little-Known State Law Says Felons Must Carry a Special ID or Go to Jail (Alabama) Connor Sheets, ProPublica

For Those Serving Long Sentences, Politics is a Lifeline Nicole Lewis, Rachelle Hampton, and Anna Flagg, The Marshall Project

What I Learned About Voting Rights in the Fields of Angola (Louisiana) Norris Henderson, The Marshall Project

Predators Behind the Badge: Confronting Police Sexual Misconduct Isidoro Rodriguez, The Crime Report

Grand Juror Fights to Break Silence on Michael Brown Case Joe Harris, Courthouse News

One active Native judge is less than one-quarter of 1 percent of the federal bench Patty Talahongva, Indian Country Today

Maya Moore left the WNBA to help free a man from prison. She might’ve saved his life LZ Granderson, Los Angeles Times

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