America’s Greatest Existential Threat Wasn’t Terrorism Frank Rich, New York Magazine

Post-9/11 Stings Targeted People Who Posed No Threat. They Remain in Prison. Murtaza Hussain, The Intercept

The US Has Held Me For 19 Years Without A Charge. I Have Just One Chance To Be Freed. Ahmed Rabbani, HuffPost

The recall election is a new chance for anti-reformers’ old lies about ‘soft on crime’ California Editorial Board, Los Angeles Times

Georgia lawmakers told that rise in crime is a problem with many causes Maya T. Prabhu, Atlanta Journal-Constitution

American Police Say Officers Are Quitting in Droves. Federal Data Says Otherwise Weihua Li and Ilica Mahajan, Time Magazine

No one knows how many Chicago cops are vaccinated against COVID-19 Carlos Ballesteros and Josh McGhee, Injustice Watch

Sheriff offers inmates money to get vaccinated as COVID-19 cases spike at jail Steve Garrison, Charleston Post and Courier

White House Weighs Clemency to Keep Some Drug Offenders Confined at Home Zolan Kanno-Youngs and Charlie Savage, New York Times

Businesses that hired inmates who were allowed to serve time at home during COVID push for clemency Kristine Phillips, USA Today

Calls Grow For Increased Oversight After Violent Incidents At Max Security Prison Deborah Becker, WBUR

Maxed Out Schuyler Daum, Inquest

A Former Jail Warden Says Our Criminal Justice System Is Too Fixated on Punishment NBCLX

On Death Row in Texas, a Last Request: A Prayer and ‘Human Contact’ Ruth Graham, New York Times

‘Martinsville Seven’ Granted Posthumous Pardons 70 Years After Executions Jennifer Calfas, Wall Street Journal

Don’t be fooled: Criminal justice reform is making our communities safer Holly Harris and Ja’Ron Smith, Lexington Herald Leader

Georgetown University launches national project certifying correctional officials in practices designed to limit solitary confinement of juveniles Juvenile Justice Information Exchange

Arizona to end peremptory challenges to potential jurors Paul Davenport, AP News

Jury Selection Under Way in Trial of Theranos Founder Elizabeth Holmes Sara Randazzo, Wall Street Journal

Review: ‘Laetitia,’ a French True-Crime Gem, Comes to HBO Mike Hale, New York Times

Netflix’s Memories Of A Murder Is About More Than A Serial Killer Martha Sorren, Refinery29

Only Murders in the Building Is a Joyful True-Crime Parody Romp Kathryn VanArendonk, New York Magazine

The Untold Story of IRAK, Downtown New York’s Most Legendary Graffiti Crew Noah Johnson, GQ

An Invitation and a Beginning Alexandria Neason, Columbia Journalism Review


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