ICE to stop most immigration enforcement inside US, will focus on criminals during coronavirus outbreak Maria Sacchetti and Arelis R. Hernández, Washington Post

Police departments across the nation are changing how they respond during the coronavirus pandemic CNN

DC Cops Balance Bravado and Caution During COVID-19 Pandemic Simone Weichselbaum, The Marshall Project

Los Angeles Is Releasing Inmates Early And Arresting Fewer People Over Fears Of The Coronavirus In Jails Salvador Hernandez, BuzzFeed News

Baltimore State’s Attorney Mosby to stop prosecuting drug possession, prostitution, other crimes amid coronavirus Tim Prudente and Phillip Jackson, Baltimore Sun

Months-long death penalty jury trial starts despite coronavirus crisis Susan Greene, Colorado Independent

As calls for release of inmates increase, DA’s office argues against bond reductions, saying defendants could spread virus if freed (Louisiana) Nicholas Chrastil, The Lens

When the Police Call Your Landlord Leora Smith, The Atlantic

Jefferson County Judge Denies New Trial in Possible Wrongful Death Row Conviction (Alabama) Beth Shelburne, WBRC

Ex-offender opens house to help formerly incarcerated women Alex Chhith, Las Vegas Review-Journal

Linda Fairstein Sues Netflix for Defamation in ‘When They See Us’ Michael Levenson, New York Times

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