An Epicenter of the Pandemic Will Be Jails and Prisons, if Inaction Continues Amanda Klonsky, New York Times

As COVID-19 Measures Grow, Prison Oversight Falls Keri Blakinger, The Marshall Project

To Stop Coronavirus, Places Where People Gather Are Shutting Down Across California. What About Its Jails? Elizabeth Weill-Greenberg, The Appeal

LA County courts to shut down for several days amid coronavirus spread James Queally and Matt Hamilton, Los Angeles Times

Texas Court Issues Temporary Stay of Execution Amid Coronavirus ‘Health Crisis’ Lauren Gill, The Appeal

Sheriff suspends non-violent arrests due to COVID-19 (Wisconsin) Alyssa Mauk, The Journal Times

As coronavirus fears bear down on Philly courts and jails, DA Krasner rethinks bail, charging Samantha Melamed, Philadelphia Inquirer

Cook County officials ponder inmate release to ease coronavirus concerns at jail; advocates demand state consider taking action Annie Sweeney, Chicago Tribune

As Florida Primary Approaches, Many With Felony Convictions Remain Unclear if They Can Vote Kira Lerner, The Appeal

One Simple Way the Next President Can Transform Criminal Justice Ayoub Ouederni and Ramis Wadood, Slate

In Oregon, a Hopeful Sign for Those Sentenced to Lengthy Prison Terms as Children Elizabeth Weill-Greenberg, The Appeal

The Killing of a Colorado Rancher Rachel Monroe, The Atlantic

Two Lost Daughters Robert Kolker, New York Magazine

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