American Targets Patricia Bellucci, The Nation

The Dangers of Vigilante ‘Justice’ Kim Crowder, The Crime Report

The Human Toll of Keeping Baltimore Safe J. Brian Charles, The Trace

California mass killing raises troubling questions over guns and domestic abuse The Guardian

The Hidden Epidemic of Brain Injuries From Domestic Violence Christa Hillstrom, New York Times Magazine

How Melissa Lucio Went From Abuse Survivor to Death Row Maurice Chammah, The Marshall Project

Is Texas Sending Melissa Lucio to Die for a Crime That Never Happened? Liliana Segura and Jordan Smith, The Intercept

A Good Man, At One Time Elizabeth Bruenig, The Atlantic

Will executions continue in Oklahoma? Federal judge to decide after hearing from experts Nolan Clay, The Oklahoman

Supreme Court Restores Death Sentence for Boston Marathon Bomber Adam Liptak, New York Times

The Conservative and the Murderer Sam Adler-Bell, New Republic

The Who-Cares-If-You’re-Innocent Project Adam Serwer, The Atlantic

The Democrats’ crime conundrum The Guardian

Biden makes his midterm message clear: ‘Fund the police’ Cleve R. Wootson Jr., Washington Post

Biden Says ‘Fund the Police.’ Well, They Aren’t Exactly Hurting for Cash. Jamelle Bouie, New York Times

Kim Ogg Blames Rising Crime on Houston Judges. 14 of Her Prosecutors Are Vying to Unseat Them. Michael Hardy, Texas Monthly

Surge of public defenders heading to federal bench drives wedge at Senate Rose Wagner, Courthouse News Service

Omicron is creating new havoc in our criminal justice system Alberto Gonzales and Loretta Lynch, The Hill

As COVID spread in federal prisons, many at-risk inmates tried and failed to get out Meg Anderson and Huo Jingnan, NPR

The Violence at Rikers That’s Shrouded in Silence James Barron, New York Times

Incarcerated Organizers Are Resisting Amid Deteriorating Conditions Kelly Hayes, Truthout

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