Don’t let constitutional rights be a victim of this virus Caroline Fredrickson, Washington Post

How to Prevent a Coronavirus Catastrophe in Jails Aviva Shen, Slate

California courts paralyzed by coronavirus, with justice hanging in balance James Queally and Matt Hamilton, Los Angeles Times

How Coronavirus is Disrupting the Death Penalty Keri Blakinger and Maurice Chammah, The Marshall Project

Colorado Abolishes Death Penalty and Commutes Sentences of Death Row Inmates Neil Vigdor, New York Times

I Used to Run ICE. We Need to Release the Nonviolent Detainees. John Sandweg, The Atlantic

‘Unprecedented Times’ Call for Compassionate Release, Advocates Say Andrea Cipriano, The Crime Report

Pennsylvania Has Few Options to Release Elderly Prisoners as COVID-19 Spreads Joshua Vaughn, The Appeal

Fear of coronavirus keeping some employees away from already understaffed Parchman prison Jerry Mitchell, Mississippi Center for Investigative Reporting

New York City Crime Falls as Coronavirus Takes Hold Ben Chapman, Wall Street Journal

Spit On, Yelled At, Attacked: Chinese-Americans Fear for Their Safety Sabrina Tavernise and Richard A. Oppel Jr., New York Times

Justice Dept. brings first fraud case stemming from coronavirus crisis Matt Zapotosky, Washington Post

Inside a Murder Trial in Krasner-Era Philadelphia Ernest Owens, The Nation

“48 Hours” Visits Death Row Inmate Kevin Cooper in San Quentin Marcelena Spencer, CBS News

Netflix’s Tiger King Reinvents True Crime Iana Murray, GQ

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