Bail Someone Out of Jail Today Neil Barsky, New York Times

Out of Prison With Nowhere Safe to Go Karina Piser, New Republic

The Long History of Coercive Health Responses in American Law Adam Klein and Benjamin Wittes, Lawfare

As Virus Spreads in Federal Prisons, People Inside Describe Chaos, While Families Are Left in the Dark Liliana Segura, The Intercept

What Happens When More Than 300,000 Prisoners Are Locked Down? Keri Blakinger, The Marshall Project

Coronavirus-Driven Prisoner Releases Spur Debate Over Public Health Versus Public Safety Sadie Gurman and Zusha Elinson, Wall Street Journal

Many Texas prisoners have been approved for parole but can’t walk free yet. Advocates say coronavirus should change that. Jolie McCullough, Texas Tribune

A Philly judge has denied every inmate’s bid to get out of jail amid the coronavirus. Defense lawyers are trying to cut her out of the process. Chris Palmer and Jeremy Roebuck, Philadelphia Inquirer

Inmate who died from virus had asked for release before trial, then DOJ opposed Katelyn Polantz, CNN

New Role for New York Police: Breaking Up Crowds at Trader Joe’s Edgar Sandoval, New York Times

How a School Stopped Relying on Restraining and Isolating Students – and What Others Can Learn From It Jennifer Smith Richards and Jodi S. Cohen, ProPublica/Chicago Tribune

The Definition of Insanity Lloyd Sederer, Psychology Today

How ‘The Innocence Files’ Exposes Failures in the Criminal Justice System But Also Offers Hope Audrey Cleo Yap, Variety

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