PM Stories

The Troubling History of the Georgia Bureau Now Investigating the Ahmaud Arbery Cover-Up Akela Lacy, The Intercept

Will Ahmaud Arbery’s killing change Georgia law? Vox

In Florida, felons must pay court debts before they can vote. But with no system to do so, many have found it impossible. Amy Gardner and Lori Rozsa, Washington Post

Hundreds of Oregon’s nonunanimous jury convictions should be reversed, state justice officials say Shane Dixon Kavanaugh, The Oregonian

A Vestige of Bigotry (2017) Andrew Cohen, The Marshall Project

Only A Mile And A Big World Separated Us D. Watkins, Huffington Post

Why Amanda Knox Praises Kim Kardashian West’s Criminal Justice Reform Efforts Stacy Lambe, Entertainment Tonight

50 Years Ago, Police Fired on Students at a Historically Black College Robert Luckett, New York Times

“Tutwiler” Offers Rare Look at Pregnancy in Prison Audrey Gibbs, Ms. Magazine

‘Capone’ Review: Tom Hardy Gets His Scarface On Peter Travers, Rolling Stone

AM Stories

Let Our People Go Michelle Alexander, New York Times

Jails and Prisons Must Reduce Their Populations Now Cristine Soto DeBerry, The Appeal

What Women Dying In Prison From COVID-19 Tell Us About Female Incarceration Cary Aspinwall, Keri Blakinger, and Joseph Neff, The Marshall Project

As Coronavirus Spreads Behind Bars, Prisons Release Very Few People Alice Speri, The Intercept

‘Come on, we’re human beings’: Judges question response to coronavirus pandemic in federal prisons Neena Satija, Washington Post

COVID-19 Puts Prosecutors at ‘Center’ of Justice Reform Andrea Cipriano, The Crime Report

After seventh coronavirus death at Terminal Island, congresswoman says inmates lack protection (California) Richard Winton, Los Angeles Times

Coronavirus has killed dozens in state prisons. How NJ failed to stop it. SP Sullivan, Blake Nelson, and Joe Atmonavage,

Lexington reports 29 more federal inmates with COVID-19, two other new cases citywide (Kentucky) Morgan Eads and Beth Musgrave, Lexington Herald-Leader

With no coronavirus cases, Travis County Jail stands out – but some are skeptical (Texas) Ryan Autullo, Austin American-Statesman

Oakdale inmate dies from COVID-19 two days after scheduled release (Louisiana) Nicholas Chrastil, The Lens

He Was One of New York’s Most Famous Prisoners. Now He’s One of Its Oldest – and Most Vulnerable. Samantha Michaels, Mother Jones

NYC Commissioner Denies Racial Bias in Social Distancing Policing Ashley Southall, New York Times

Will Cold Cases Get Colder Because of Pandemic? The Crime Report

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