Should We Reform the Court? Linda Greenhouse, New York Review of Books

The Pandemic Brought New Levels of Transparency to the Supreme Court. Why End It? Matt Ford, New Republic

Two alarming trajectories at the Supreme Court Radley Balko, Washington Post

The Great Republican Campaign to Erase Ketanji Brown Jackson Dahlia Lithwick, Slate

As Jackson Faces Senators, Her Criminal Defense Record Is a Target Carl Hulse, New York Times

Appointing public defenders as judges affects their decisions. Our study shows how. Allison P. Harris and Maya Sen, Washington Post

Decarcerating from the Bench Michael Barajas, Bolts Magazine

Should Judges Defer to Police Expertise? Anna Lvovsky, Lawfare

What happens when ‘tough on crime’ meets weak on police reform? Not public safety Erika D. Smith, Los Angeles Times

California man who died after multiple officers restrained him screamed ‘I can’t breathe,’ newly released video shows Stefanie Dazio, USA Today

He Teaches Police “Witching” To Find Corpses. Experts Are Alarmed. Rene Ebersole, The Marshall Project

President Biden, don’t ‘fund the police’ until cops do better on telling the truth Will Bunch, Philadelphia Inquirer

Former Police Superintendent Accused of Lying in Murder Case Dan Hinkel and Jason Meisner, Better Government Association

Court Declares Man Wrongfully Imprisoned for 45 Years Amanda Holpuch, New York Times

California’s Longest Serving Death-Row Prisoner On Pain, Survival and Native Identity Douglas Ray Stankewitz with Richard Arlin Walker, The Marshall Project

Two stories from Louisiana prisons: A cause for alarm and a pathway toward empowerment WWNO

An Author Wrote About Her Sister’s Murder. It Led to a Breakthrough. Benjamin P. Russell, New York Times

Too real, too soon? The trouble with true-crime TV dramas Amelia Tait, The Guardian

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