PM Stories

After the Virus: California Liberals Say Returning to Normal Won’t Be Enough Tim Arango and Thomas Fuller, New York Times

The story of Patrick Jones, the first federal prisoner to die of coronavirus Maurice Chammah, Mic

Blame the Justice Department for Andrea Circle Bear’s Death Holly Harris, New York Times

Defense argument in felon vote trial highlights leader of Amendment 4 movement (Florida) Dara Kam, Miami Herald

Some Hiccups And New Questions, As Week Two Of Florida’s Voting Rights Trial Begins Daniel Rivero, WUSF

Why Trump Is Obsessed With the Flynn Case Norman L. Eisen, New York Times

When James Baldwin Wrote About the Atlanta Child Murders Casey Cep, The New Yorker

Visual Arts Feature: Artists Respond to the COVID-19 Crisis in Prisons Patrick Conway, Arts Fuse

This Week in True-Crime Podcasts: Somebody, The Murder Squad, and More New York Magazine

AM Stories

Scarce Testing, Tight Quarters, Limited Gear: Federal Prisons Hammered By Coronavirus Ryan J. Reilly, Huffington Post

Inside the Jail With One of the Country’s Largest Coronavirus Outbreaks Shannon Heffernan, WBEZ/ProPublica

Inside the Largest Coronavirus Outbreak in Immigration Detention Alejandro Lazo and Zusha Elinson, Wall Street Journal

ICE Moved Dozens Of Detainees Across The Country During The Coronavirus Pandemic. Now Many Have COVID-19. Hamed Aleaziz, BuzzFeed News

Coronavirus outbreak at Terminal Island prison worsens: 5 dead, 600 infected (California) Richard Winton, Los Angeles Times

‘It’s a war’: New Orleans jail struggles to manage COVID-19 outbreak as it implements mass testing Nicholas Chrastil, The Lens

Three Corrections Chiefs Describe Successes in Containing COVID Outbreak Ted Gest, The Crime Report

Celebrity Criminals Are Leaving Prison Early Because of COVID-19. What About the Drug Offenders? Zuri Davis, Reason

Can’t Make Bail, Sit in Jail Even Longer Thanks to Coronavirus Simone Weichselbaum, The Marshall Project

My Ankle Monitor Won’t Let Me Take Out The Garbage Eleanor Bader, The Indypendent

A Tale of Two States Thomas Prol, New Jersey Law Journal

A Powerful DA Fought New York’s Reforms. His Challenger Wants to Push Them Further. Daniel Nichanian, The Appeal

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