The Supreme Court’s ‘Dead Hand’ Ronald Brownstein, The Atlantic

The Supreme Court Is Even More Conservative Than You Think Matt Ford, New Republic

Why It’s So Hard to Get a Defense Lawyer Confirmed to the Supreme Court Stephanie Mencimer, Mother Jones

To reform policing accountability, states need not wait on Supreme Court and Congress Alexandra A. Reinert, Joanna C. Schwartz, and James E. Pfander, USA Today

The Reasons Why Police Still Use No Knock Warrants Jeremy Stahl, Slate

By the numbers: Who are the young children being arrested at schools? Dian Zhang, Jennifer Borresen, and Ramon Padilla, USA Today

We know why innocent people are wrongfully convicted, so we fight for their right to sue police Laurie Roberts, USA Today

Eric Adams Wants ‘Dangerousness’ Factored into New York’s Bail Laws. Advocates Say It Will Only Bring More Bias Josiah Bates, Time

Queens DA on NYC shootings, bail reform: ‘You can’t prosecute your way out of gun violence’ Dan Mannarino and Lauren Cook, PIX11

Longstanding Grievances Between Prosecutor and Public Defender Boil Over in California DA Race Piper French, Bolts Magazine

Fight crime or reform policing? As homicides spike, mayors nationwide insist they can do both. Griff Witte, Mark Berman, Shayna Jacobs, and Holly Bailey, Washington Post

The Anti-gun Laws That Make Progressives Uneasy Conor Friedersdorf, The Atlantic

Prosecutors Who Want to Curb Mass Incarceration Hit a Roadblock: Tough-on-Crime Lawmakers Keri Blakinger, The Marshall Project

Why efforts to scale back California’s ‘three strikes’ law for juveniles are failing Hannah Wiley, Los Angeles Times

Kansas Death in Custody Spurs Calls for Youth Justice Reform Jazmine Rogers and Emily Powers, The Crime Report

Rikers Guards, Newly Emboldened by Adams, Are Punishing Inmates Who Speak Out Max Rivlin-Nadler, New York Magazine

Breaking point: What is the future of COVID and incarceration? Elizabeth Thompson, North Carolina Health News

Frequent Prison Lockdowns Backfire. I Know From Experience. Robert Barton, Politico

NJ releases more than 200 prisoners over COVID concerns SP Sullivan, NJ Advance Media

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