The Ahmaud Arbery Murder Trial Is Already Getting Ugly Pilar Melendez, Daily Beast

11 white jurors, 1 Black man seated in Arbery murder trial Shaddi Abusaid and Bill Rankin, Atlanta Journal-Constitution

‘Complicated jury selection’ ends with ‘intentional discrimination’ at Ahmaud Arbery death trial: Only 1 Black person to hear case N’dea Yancey-Bragg and Raisa Habersham, USA Today

Ahead of Rittenhouse trial, race seen as underlying issue Aaron Morrison, AP News

Starkly different portrayals of Kyle Rittenhouse in Kenosha trial Politico

Wisconsin police ‘deputized’ armed vigilantes, enabling Kyle Rittenhouse shootings, lawsuit claims Antonio Planas, NBC News

They were trusted to train law enforcement officers. But they were members of an anti-government militia group. Tami Abdollah, USA Today

The car becomes the weapon Boston Globe

San Francisco Police Officer Charged With Shooting Man Who Died 3 Years Later Jesus Jiménez, New York Times

What the Minneapolis vote on police reform means for the movement Kiara Alfonseca, Adia Robinson, and Briana Stewart, ABC News

Minneapolis’s Choice to Keep Police Shows Crime Is a Concern Mitch Smith and Tim Arango, New York Times

The policing problem SCOTUS could fix – but won’t Bonnie Kristian, The Week

What the Supreme Court’s next big gun law case means for gun laws across the US Jonathan Chang and Meghna Chakrabarti, WBUR

Supreme Court majority skeptical of New York law that limits carrying handguns in public John Fritze, USA Today

The Supreme Court Wants More Guns on the New York Subway Mark Joseph Stern, Slate

If the New Supreme Court Stymies Gun Safety Laws, What Comes Next? Adam Winkler, New York Times

Anti-violence programs are working. But can they make a dent in Chicago’s gun violence? Patrick Smith, WBEZ

Backlash over US police vaccine mandates has not fueled crime surge, experts say Eric Berger, The Guardian

As Sheriff Villanueva blasts vaccine mandate, LASD falls further behind LAPD in shots Alene Tchekmedyian, Los Angeles Times

Lawsuit Challenges COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate for Federal Prisons Employees Courtney Bublé, Government Executive

Sacramento jail COVID outbreak could be a ‘death sentence’ for inmates, activists warn Rosalio Ahumada, Sacramento Bee

A Homeless Man Has Spent 800 Days At Rikers After Stealing Cold Medicine. Now His Prison Sentence May Be Beginning. Elizabeth Weill-Greenberg, The Appeal

Eric Adams supports move to lift solitary ban on Rikers Island Michael Gartland and Graham Rayman, New York Daily News

Mass Clemency Udi Ofer, Inquest

Making Room for Forgiveness Sarah Lustbader, New York Review of Books

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