PM Stories

The American ‘Punisher’s Brain’ Andrew Cohen, Brennan Center for Justice

Supreme Court Limits Impact of New Criminal Procedures Jess Bravin, Wall Street Journal

High Court Decision Called ‘Alarming Reversal’ in Youth Justice Blake Diaz, The Crime Report

Philadelphia’s Next District Attorney Must Continue to Reject the Failed War on Drugs Nikki Trautman Baszynski, The Appeal

Philadelphia’s Progressive District Attorney Fends Off Democratic Challenger Jonah E. Bromwich, New York Times

Who Will Replace Cy Vance As Manhattan District Attorney? James D. Walsh, New York Magazine

Meet the Woman Who Would Transform the Nation’s Most Powerful DA’s Office Moustafa Bayoumi, The Nation

Biden moving to improve legal services for poor, minorities Kat Stafford, AP News

Biden Is Developing a Pardon Process With a Focus on Racial Justice Kenneth P. Vogel and Annie Karni, New York Times

Oldest Guantanamo prisoner is cleared for release, lawyer says Ben Fox, Los Angeles Times

Poll: Use Clemency Power To Fight Mass Incarceration Molly Greene and Sean McElwee, The Appeal

One Of The Falsely Accused Central Park Five Tells His Story In ‘Better, Not Bitter’ Ericka Taylor, NPR

Review: ‘Who Killed Sara?’ and the Art of the Netflixnovela Mike Hale, New York Times

‘Too Close’ Review: A Case of Psychological Warfare John Anderson, Wall Street Journal

AM Stories

Can US Policing Be Saved? Isidoro Rodriguez, The Crime Report

The Obscure Supreme Court Case That Could Radically Redefine Police Powers Matt Ford, New Republic

Supreme Court declines to broaden police authority to search homes Pete Williams, NBC News

Brooklyn Center approves police reform package after shooting of Daunte Wright Olafimihan Oshin, The Hill

How Congress Can Give Teeth to the Federal Law on Police Accountability Hernandez Stroud, Brennan Center for Justice

Is California’s New Police Deadly Force Law Making A Difference? Byrhonda Lyons and Laurel Rosenhall, CalMatters

The California Attorney General is Investigating Sean Monterrosa’s Killing. His Sisters Are Also Fighting For Systemic Change Piper French, The Appeal

The FBI is supposed to track how police use force – years later, it’s falling well short Aaron Miguel Cantú, The Guardian

‘It’s Top-Down’: Three Generations Of Black Officers On Racism And Police Brutality NPR

Is Legislation the Answer to Removing Extremists from Police Departments? WNYC

A New “War on Terrorism” Is the Wrong Way to Fight Domestic Extremists Hannah Gais, New Republic

Republicans Rewrite History of the Capitol Riot, Hampering an Inquiry Luke Broadwater, New York Times

A rapper posed on a SWAT truck during the Capitol riots and put it on his album. He’s facing federal charges. Jaclyn Peiser, Washington Post

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