The Trial Over Ahmaud Arbery’s Killing New York Times

Attorneys In Ahmaud Arbery Case Will Use A Civil War-Era Georgia Law To Defend His Killers Kevin L. Clark, Essence

Ahmaud Arbery, Race and ‘Amateur Policing’ Kalfani Turè, Kayla Preito-Hodge, and Senaida Sharif, The Crime Report

Era of public outrage isn’t over as two white-vigilante trials get underway Editorial Board, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Kyle Rittenhouse’s homicide trial begins this week, pitting claims of self-defense against accusations of vigilantism Mark Berman and Kim Bellware, Washington Post

Hacked Oath Keepers Records Show Active Members Of Law Enforcement And The Military Tried To Join The Group After Jan. 6 Ken Bensinger, Jessica Garrison, and Christopher Miller, BuzzFeed News

He Was a Board Member of the Oath Keepers. Now He’s Holding State-Approved Trainings for Law Enforcement in Texas. Stephanie Mencimer, Mother Jones

Police Hurt Thousands of Teens Every Year. A Striking Number Are Black Girls. Abbie VanSickle and Weihua Li, The Marshall Project

Making Communities Safe, Without the Police Amanda Alexander and Danielle Sered, Boston Review

These November Elections Could Dramatically Change Local Police Departments Anna Simonton, The Appeal

Seattle’s Choice: A Police Abolitionist or a Law-and-Order Republican? Mike Baker, New York Times

Plan to replace Minneapolis PD worries many Black residents Mohamed Ibrahim and Amy Forliti, AP News

Will Election Day render ‘defund the police’ defunct? James Hohmann, Washington Post

Philly DA Larry Krasner faces Chuck Peruto and more condemnations of his office’s progressive policies Michael Tanenbaum, Philly Voice

Manhattan District Attorney’s Race Could Bring Historic Changes As Cy Vance Leaves Office Aundrea Cline-Thomas, CBS New York

Sexual Assaults Are Worsening a Crisis at Rikers, Jail Officers Say Karen Zraick, New York Times

Closing Rikers Is Long Overdue Victoria Law, The Nation

Locked Up and Left to Die Michael Barajas and Sophie Novack, Texas Observer

Oklahoma Botched Yet Another Execution Austin Sarat, Slate

Rejecting claims of innocence, judge says Texas death row inmate Rodney Reed should not get a new trial Jolie McCullough, Texas Tribune

Pardon and Parole Board recommends clemency for Oklahoma death row inmate Julius Jones KOCO

My cousin killed a child at age 16. Does he deserve to die in prison? Katharine Blake, Washington Post

For former prisoners to have a shot at a normal life, we need successful reentry programs Editorial Board, Los Angeles Times

In California Prisons, Lifers – Both Human and Canine – Set Each Other Free Michaela Hass, The Crime Report

Talking About ‘Attica,’ the Newest Documentary on the Prison Uprising Nicolas Rapold, New York Times

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