How Prisons and Jails Can Respond to the Coronavirus Jennifer Gonnerman, The New Yorker

Robert Durst murder trial postponed because of coronavirus as court announces new safety measures Matt Hamilton, Los Angeles Times

Miami-Dade suspends evictions and water cut-offs during coronavirus emergency Douglas Hanks, Miami Herald

Does Florida Really Want Ex-Felons to Vote? Nicholas Casey, New York Times

The Stabbing in Morningside Park Lisa Miller, New York Magazine

Criminals Should Serve Their Sentences Psychologically Steven James, New York Times

Death Watch: Defense to DA – A Conflict of Interest? (Texas) Brant Bingamon, Austin Chronicle

Kim Foxx Aims to Rewrite an ‘Inequitable’ Legal Justice System as Challengers Fight to Topple Her Mari Cohen, The Appeal

Powerful appropriator battles Justice over prison in Kentucky Todd Ruger, Roll Call

In settlement with activists, Providence police gang database is now a narrower dragnet Madeleine List, Providence Journal

The Disappearing Freedom of Dimetrious Woods (Missouri) Danny Wicentowski, Riverfront Times

Ex-con bishop arrested in 1980 cold case killing of Brooklyn teen Trevor Boyer, Noah Goldberg, Rocco Parascandola, and John Annese, New York Daily News

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