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It’s Andrew Cuomo’s Turn to Face Justice Zak Cheney-Rice, New York Magazine

Andrew Cuomo’s War Against a Federal Prosecutor Ronan Farrow, The New Yorker

The Cuomo Report and the #MeToo “Reckoning” That Never Really Came Esther Wang, New Republic

‘Nobody Believed Me’: How Rape Cases Get Dropped Jan Ransom, New York Times

#MeToo and Mass Incarceration Aya Gruber, University of Colorado Law School

How Atrocious Prisons Conditions Make Us All Less Safe Shon Hopwood, Brennan Center for Justice

The reform of prisons has been my life’s work, but they are still utterly broken Frances Crook, The Guardian

Mass. State Prisons See Uptick In COVID Cases Jenifer B. Kim, WGBH

California correctional officers union to fight new COVID-19 vaccine mandate, memo says Wes Venteicher, Sacramento Bee

Get a COVID-19 Vaccine or Face Prison, Judges Order in Probation Cases Christine Hauser, New York Times

Informal penalties associated with parole status increase the probability of prison sentences American Society of Criminology

The Pandemic Showed How Home Detention Works Jillian Snider and Maya Szilak, Reason

The Case Against E-carceration James Kilgore, Emmett Sanders, and Kate Weisburd, Inquest

One Country, Two Systems Jesse Duquette, The Nation

A Most Carceral Friend Darcy Covert and AJ Wang, Inquest

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What Bobby McIlvaine Left Behind Jennifer Senior, The Atlantic

How the War on Terror Undermined American Democracy Patrick Iber, New Republic

Where Are the Far-Right Fringe Groups Now? Aymann Ismail, Slate

Homeland Security warns of ‘increasing but modest’ threat of violence from Trump conspiracy Luke Barr, ABC News

Seattle police Chief Diaz fires two officers who were in DC during Jan. 6 riot Alfred Charles, KOMO News

Ex-Central Florida cops’ Capitol riot arrests underscore extremists’ inroads among police, experts say Monivette Cordeiro and Desiree Stennett, Orlando Sentinel

As George Floyd Act’s chances dim, Biden stays mum on police reform Phillip M. Bailey, Kristine Phillips, and Courtney Subramanian, USA Today

DC advocates, officials who want to overhaul policing face hurdles after violence spike Ellie Silverman, Michael Brice-Saddler, Peter Hermann, and Dan Rosenzweig-Ziff, Washington Post

Harris County will send mental health professionals to some 911 calls under new initiative to reduce violence St. John Barned-Smith, Houston Chronicle

As Crime Rises In Denver, One Historically Black Neighborhood Considers What It Wants From Police Allison Sherry, Colorado Public Radio

How bad is the rise in US homicides? Factchecking the ‘crime wave’ narrative police are pushing Lois Beckett and Abené Clayton, The Guardian

Shooting Surge Continuing to Slow Across New York City Jeffrey A. Butts and Richard Espinobarros, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Crime is down in St. Louis, bucking a national trend in American cities Tony Messenger, St. Louis Today

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