Coronavirus has shown that it is possible to change the US criminal justice system Derecka Purnell, The Guardian

ICE Releases 160 Migrants Over Coronavirus Risk Michelle Hackman, Wall Street Journal

Four Texas prisons on complete lockdown related to possible COVID-19 exposures Julian Gill, Houston Chronicle

Expert: Officials playing ‘life-or-death game of rock, paper, scissors’ with Harris County Jail Gabrielle Banks, Houston Chronicle

Inmates with ongoing innocence claims sit in prisons threatened by coronavirus as courts shut down Dan Hinkel and Megan Crepeau, Chicago Tribune

‘It’s Absolute Hell.’ Coronavirus Derails Parole Hearings Across US as Health Risks to Prisoners Grow Lauren Gill, The Appeal

Trump Administration Tells Some Business Owners “Do Not Apply” for Coronavirus Loans Eli Hager, The Marshall Project

I’ve Served Time in Prison. Sheltering in Place is Terrifying. Keri Blakinger, The Marshall Project

Judge orders Miami jail to give inmates soap, ensure social distancing to curb coronavirus David Ovalle, Miami Herald

Trump administration can resume executions, but not just yet, divided appeals court rules Mark Berman and Ann E. Marimow, Washington Post

Reforms without Results: Why states should stop excluding violent offenses from criminal justice reforms Alexi Jones, Prison Policy Initiative

When jails make money off phone calls, society pays Anne Stuhldreher, Los Angeles Times

The new HBO docuseries ‘Atlanta’s Missing and Murdered: The Lost Children’ transcends true crime David Lidsky, Fast Company