The Violent Sameness Of The Police Reform Movement Nathalie Baptiste, HuffPost

In Response to Amir Locke’s Killing, Minneapolis Mayor Gestures to Limits of Police Reform Akela Lacy, The Intercept

Minnesota AG weighing criminal charges against officers who killed Amir Locke Nell Clark and Sharon Pruitt-Young, NPR

In trial of officers in George Floyd’s death, was it their duty to intervene? N’dea Yancey-Bragg, USA Today

SF’s First Excessive-Force Trial Against a Police Officer Kicks Off Under Cloud of Controversy Jay Barmann, SFist

Landmark San Francisco police brutality trial begins amid fight between cops and DA Megan Cassidy, San Francisco Chronicle

This District Attorney Is Fighting Crime – and Angering the Police Emily Bazelon, New York Times

How Eric Adams outmaneuvered Manhattan’s progressive district attorney Amanda Eisenberg, Politico

Adams Wants Tougher Bail Laws. Can He Get Other Democrats to Agree? Luis Ferré-Sadurní, Grace Ashford, and Jonah E. Bromwich, New York Times

Attacks on bail reform are a dangerous distraction Marvin Mayfield, New York Daily News

ICE Is Detaining More Immigrants. Covid Is Putting Them in Danger. Sophia Gurulé and Abdullah Shihipar, The Nation

COVID is racing through immigration detention centers – and it’s putting the entire country at risk Theresa Cheng, San Francisco Chronicle

More Immigrants Are Waiting in Legal Limbo Than Ever Before. Why Is It So Hard to Fix the Backlog in the Courts? Fernanda Echavarri, Mother Jones

Where is the urgency to decarcerate the Cook County Jail? Briana Payton, Injustice Watch

Gov. Kate Brown makes historic push to release prisoners. Crime victims, families feel blindsided. Noelle Crombie, The Oregonian

Countering Excessive Punishment with Chances for Redemption Carlton Miller, Brennan Center for Justice

The Ties That Bind William Peeples, Inquest

‘Communities are affected when someone is imprisoned’: Arizona exhibition explores the social impact of mass incarceration Gabriella Angeleti, The Art Newspaper

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