Ahmaud Arbery’s killing changed his Georgia community. Now three men will stand trial for murder. Margaret Coker and Hannah Knowles, Washington Post

Jury selection begins in trial over Ahmaud Arbery’s death Russ Bynum, AP News

Potential jurors in Ahmaud Arbery case asked: Is US Confederate flag racist? Rich McKay and Jonathan Allen, Reuters

In the Trial of Ahmaud Arbery’s Accused Killers, Unsettling Video Will Have a Starring Role Richard Fausset, New York Times

High court sides with police in use-of-force cases Kelsey Reichmann, Courthouse News Service

Qualified immunity: Supreme Court sides with police, overturns denial of immunity in two cases John Fritze, USA Today

The States Can Save Us From the Supreme Court’s Brutal Rulings Protecting Bad Police Chris Kemmitt and Georgina Yeomans, Slate

After policing talks fell apart, Sen. Cory Booker is looking for other ways to change justice system Savannah Behrmann, USA Today

The Erie County Sheriff’s Race Is a Matter of Life and Death Raina Lipsitz, The New Republic

Across the US, clashes intensify between city officials and the police over vaccination issues. Eduardo Medina, New York Times

Chicago police union boss urges officers to defy city’s COVID vaccine mandate Charlie De Mar, CBS News

In Gavin Newsom’s California, COVID-19 Rules Are for Those Without Political Power CJ Ciaramella, Reason

Incarceration Is A Health Threat. Why Isn’t It Monitored Like One? Meghan Peterson and Lauren Brinkley-Rubinstein, Health Affairs

How States Shunted Prisoners Aside in Vaccine Rollout Eva Herscowitz, The Crime Report

Bronx Man Dies of COVID-19 One Hour After Release from Rikers Jail Democracy Now!

‘Abject neglect’: critics report chaotic and deadly conditions on Rikers Island Erum Salam, The Guardian

Why Activists Are Calling on Kathy Hochul to “Free Them All” Victoria Law, The Nation

Florida juvenile justice’s long history of scandals Carol Marbin Miller, Miami Herald

America’s ‘troubled teen industry’ needs reform so kids can avoid the abuse I endured Paris Hilton, Washington Post

NJ continues to have worst racial disparities nationwide in its prisons, report says Joe Atmonavage, NJ Advance Media

He spent half his life wrongly jailed for murders. Now he’s NJ unit’s first exoneration Casey Darnell, Asbury Park Press

‘Guilty Until Proven Innocent’ Explores The Exoneration Of Michael Morton Brenda Valdivia, Houston Public Media

Meet the true crime podcaster making your guilty pleasure more ethnical Jess Joho, Mashable

The San Francisco Opera and San Quentin Prison Team Up to Showcase Incarcerated Artists Emily Wilson, Hyperallergic

The Real-Life Murder Trial That Inspired Crime and Punishment James Parker, The Atlantic

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