The COVID-19 Prison Disaster Is No Longer Hypothetical Jay Willis, The Appeal

The New American Death Sentence Melissa Gira Grant, The New Republic

Governors Are Too Cowardly To Solve The Coronavirus Outbreak In Prisons Angelina Chapin, Huffington Post

The Emergency in Florida Jails Conor Friedersdorf, The Atlantic

Inside the deadliest federal prison, the seeping coronavirus creates fear and danger Kimberly Kindy, Washington Post

Every Public Official With The Power To Decarcerate Must Exercise That Power Now Sharon Dolovich, The Appeal

Louisiana public defenders fight to protect clients from coronavirus, even as their offices run out of money Radley Balko, Washington Post

Report From Inside Angola Prison Paints A Troubling Picture As Coronavirus Grips Louisiana Tana Ganeva, The Appeal

Judges Sue Texas Governor Over Limits on Inmate Releases During Outbreak Daniel Conrad, Courthouse News

Parole Violations Nearly Sentenced These People To COVID-19 Elizabeth Weill-Greenberg, The Appeal

How San Francisco’s DA Is Decreasing The Jail Population Amid COVID-19 NPR

Federal Prison Factories Kept Running as Coronavirus Spread Cary Aspinwall, Keri Blakinger, and Joseph Neff, The Marshall Project

As COVID-19 Ravages Florida, Incarcerated People Are Still Doing The State’s Hard Outdoor Labor Jerry Iannelli, The Appeal

Frozen-in-Place Courts Worry Defense Lawyers Jordan S. Rubin, The Crime Report

Why True-Crime TV Has Become So Popular During the Coronavirus Pandemic Alaina Demopoulos, The Daily Beast

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