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‘A game-changer’: Five takeaways from the ruling on Florida felon voting Lawrence Mower, Miami Herald

Conservative Florida Supreme Court reverses itself again on death penalty legal issue David Ovalle, Miami Herald

‘This was supposed to go away’: The battle to shape how the world viewed Ahmaud Arbery’s killing Cleve R. Wootson Jr. and Michael Brice-Saddler, Washington Post

Police Killing of Breonna Taylor Fuels Calls to End No-Knock Warrants Arian Campo-Flores and Sabrina Siddiqui, Wall Street Journal

Prosecutors to Drop Charges Against Boyfriend of Breonna Taylor Michael Levenson, New York Times

Worse Than a Pardon Quinta Jurecic and Benjamin Wittes, The Atlantic

There Used to Be Justice. Now We Have Bill Barr. Emily Bazelon and Eric Posner, New York Times

US Just Had Its Longest Stretch Without A Death Sentence Since 1973 Kyle Pyatt and Tik Root, Newsy

How Netflix’s ‘All Day and a Night’ dodges stereotypes to tell painful truths Sonaiya Kelley, Los Angeles Times

Netflix’s Jeffrey Epstein docuseries honors his victims and their stories, but the creep still gets away Hank Stuever, Washington Post

The Marshall Project and Sundance Institute Announce Short Film Grantees The Marshall Project

A Soul-Stirring Reminder of Why the Criminal Justice System Must Change Beandrea July, Hyperallergic

AM Stories

Trump administration asks Supreme Court to stop release of inmates at risk for COVID-19 David G. Savage, Los Angeles Times

Early release of Cohen and Manafort shows how unfair prison system is, experts say Joseph Neff and Keri Blakinger, NBC News

Could Zoom jury trials become the norm during the coronavirus pandemic? Matt Reynolds, American Bar Association Journal

Legal Experts See Tough Road for Jury Trials While Pandemic Rages Maria Dinzeo, Courthouse News

When parole doesn’t mean release: The senseless “program requirements” keeping people behind bars during a pandemic Emily Widra and Wendy Sawyer, Prison Policy Initiative

Newsom proposes closing youth prisons as crime drops, coronavirus drains budget Bob Egelko, San Francisco Chronicle

As Pandemic Halts The Military Court At Guantánamo, Critics Call For Its Closure Sacha Pfeiffer, NPR

Ohio prisons chief defends coronavirus response Catherine Candisky, Columbus Dispatch

Oakland County Jail Ordered To Identify Prisoners Who Should Be Released To Protect Them From COVID-19 (Michigan) Dawn R. Wolfe, The Appeal

ICE Detainee Who Died of COVID-19 Suffered Horrifying Neglect Ryan Devereaux, The Intercept

Feds reassign warden at Louisiana prison hit hard by coronavirus Kevin Johnson, USA Today

For people with relatives in prison, coronavirus makes calls more urgent – and harder to afford Kelan Lyons, Connecticut Mirror

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