Even Now, Criminal Defendants Have Rights Conor Friedersdorf, The Atlantic

No mass prison release for now; federal panel says it can’t rule on coronavirus case Paige St. John, Los Angeles Times

Crime rates plummet amid the coronavirus pandemic, but not everyone is safer in their home Kenny Jacoby, Mike Stucka, and Kristine Phillips, USA Today

Executions Are On Hold, but States Are Still Pushing for Death Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic Liliana Segura and Jordan Smith, The Intercept

Probation and Parole Officers Are Rethinking Their Rules As Coronavirus Spreads Beth Schwartzapfel, The Marshall Project

Will Police Restraint in Quarantine Enforcement Last? The Crime Report

Inside A Coronavirus Quarantine Unit At Rikers Angelina Chapin, Huffington Post

Trump’s racist comments are fueling hate crimes against Asian Americans. Time for state leaders to step in Russell Jeung, Manjusha P. Kulkarni, and Cynthia Choi, Los Angeles Times

Bailing Out Nick Pinto, New Republic

Five Judges Say Rosa Jimenez Was Wrongly Convicted. So Why Is She Dying in Prison? Michael Hall, Texas Monthly

Martin Luther King Jr.’s arrest record in Fulton County to be expunged Ernie Suggs, Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Kim Kardashian West on Her True-Crime Documentary: “I Want to Humanize as Many People as Possible” Yohana Desta, Vanity Fair

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