PM Stories

The End of Mass Incarceration Is Within Reach Karl A. Racine and Amy Fettig, Newsweek

From Bond Hearings, Court Fees To Ketamine – Colorado Has A Lot Of New Criminal Justice Laws Megan Verlee, Colorado Public Radio

‘More Respect and Dignity’: New Prison Reform Initiative Aims to Lower Indigenous Incarceration Jenna Kunze, Native News Online

After pushback, a widely criticized mandatory minimum bill is on hold Katie Meyer, WHYY

Biden Legal Team Divided on Scope of Rights of Guantánamo Detainees Charlie Savage and Carol Rosenberg, New York Times

Clemency is rarely granted in Kansas. Advocates hope Gov. Laura Kelly is changing that. Andrew Bahl, Topeka Capital-Journal

‘Probation officers are the forgotten part of the criminal justice system’ Larissa Kennelly and Sam Everett, BBC News

Finding an Apartment Is Hard Enough – With a Criminal Background It’s Nearly Impossible Caroline Spivack, New York Magazine

After Prison, Their Friendship Was Crucial to Reentry Champe Barton, The Trace

The Police Called It An Accident. She Turned to 1-800-Autopsy. Erika Hayasaki, New York Times

The trial of the man who killed the man who killed Kennedy Thurston Clarke, Washington Post

The Life and Suspicious Death of Cachou the Bear Laura Millan Lombraña, Bloomberg

We’re Watching More True Crime Than Ever. Is That a Problem? Justin Sayles, The Ringer

AM Stories

Why Did the Police Shoot Matthew Zadok Williams? Charles Bethea, The New Yorker

New York Regulations Allow Cops Stripped of Training Credentials to Be Rehired Arno Pedram and Luca Powell, The Intercept

Surveilling Dissent Jim Daley, South Side Weekly

Darnella Frazier Filmed George Floyd’s Murder. The Minneapolis Police Just Killed Her Uncle. Samantha Michaels, Mother Jones

The Future of Police Reform in Minnesota WCCO

California shifts police shooting probes to attorney general Don Thompson, Washington Post

California Poised to Investigate Deadly Police Shootings of Unarmed People Bianca Bruno, Courthouse News

In poll, only 1 in 5 say police treat people equally even as worries about crime surge Susan Page and Ella Lee, USA Today

Biden’s Complicated Relationship With Police And Reform Asma Khalid, NPR

President Biden came to Chicago area to talk ‘human infrastructure,’ but shooting of 3 officers brings gun violence to forefront Bill Ruthhart, Chicago Tribune

In Chicago’s Roseland Neighborhood, a Mix of Grief and Perseverance Lakeidra Chavis, The Trace

George Floyd Story John Edgar Wideman, The New Yorker

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