Rittenhouse case, Arbery death trial reflect deepening political and racial divides Bill Keveney, USA Today

Why Kyle Rittenhouse Is a Right-Wing Hero and Ahmaud Arbery’s Killers Are Not Molly Osberg, New Republic

Georgia man who fatally shot Ahmaud Arbery tells jury he was in a ‘life-or-death situation’ N’dea Yancey-Bragg, Raisha Habersham, and Grace Hauck, USA Today

Rittenhouse Jury Has to Decide If the Men Who Tried to Stop Him Were Heroes or Villains Robert Mackey, The Intercept

‘Piece of theater’: Legal experts weigh in on Kyle Rittenhouse’s seating jurors deciding his fate by lottery David K. Li, NBC News

Rittenhouse lawyers ask judge to declare mistrial over video Michael Tarm, Scott Bauer, and Amy Forliti, AP News

Video made police injustice visible. Now that visibility is trickling up to the courts. Christine Emba, Washington Post

Lying to Get the Truth: How Police Induce False Confessions The Crime Report

Whistleblower featured in USA TODAY ‘Behind the Blue Wall’ series ousted from police union Daphne Duret, USA Today

Policy adopted for probing deadly force used by officers Guam Daily Post

Aurora police to make changes to hiring, use of force, training under consent decree with AG Blair Miller, ABC Denver

LA County supervisors seek to decriminalize bike violations after Times investigation Alene Tchekmedyian, Los Angeles Times

He’s Remaking Criminal Justice in LA. But How Far Is Too Far? Emily Bazelon and Jennifer Medina, New York Times Magazine

Op-Ed: Stop obstructing criminal justice reforms. It’s making us all less safe Gil Garcetti, Los Angeles Times

‘This Is A Safety Issue’: Staffing Levels At Minnesota Prisons Called Into Question Liz Collin, CBS Minnesota

A mother’s son died in Georgia prison. The Department of Justice wonders if understaffing is why Grant Blankenship, Georgia Public Broadcasting

A man died at an Atlanta jail on ‘Taser Tuesday.’ Now six deputies are indicted on murder charges. Julian Mark, Washington Post

Convicted of murder at 17, his case changed juvenile sentences. Louisiana freed him at age 75. Elyse Carmosino, The Advocate

Henry Montgomery, at center of juvenile life debate, is free Rebecca Santana, AP News

Young adults facing prison get a second chance through first-in-the-nation court program Sarah Betancourt, GBH News

A future without prisons, manmade and metaphorical Cate McQuaid, Boston Globe

JR takes on borders and prisons in new film David D’Arcy, The Art Newspaper

Surviving Everywhere Tewkunzi Green, Inquest

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