The Wrong Way to Choose a Supreme Court Justice Gregg Barak, The Crime Report

Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson And The Cost Of Being The First Hanna Phifer, xoNecole

Jackson, Thomas, and the end of the Supreme Court’s ‘Black seat’ Hayes Brown, MSNBC

The Bottomless Corruption of Ginni and Clarence Thomas Michael Tomasky, The New Republic

Legal Scholars Are Shocked by Ginni Thomas’s “Stop the Steal” Texts Jane Mayer, The New Yorker

Justice Thomas Ruled on Election Cases. Should His Wife’s Texts Have Stopped Him? Adam Liptak, New York Times

Ginni and Clarence Thomas Have Done Enough Damage Jesse Wegman, New York Times

It’s Time To Hold DC Judges Accountable For Misconduct Aliza Shatzman, Law360

#MeToo and the Wake County District Attorney’s Office Jeffrey Billman, The Assembly

The Wrong Prosecutors Are Being Recalled Lara Bazelon, Slate

These flowcharts show what makes Chesa Boudin different from past District Attorneys Susie Neilson and Abhinanda Bhattacharyya, San Francisco Chronicle

A ‘Blame Game’? Criminal Justice Experts Debate Effort to Recall SF DA Chesa Boudin Joe Fitzgerald Rodriguez, KQED

Is Rising Crime Attributable to Progressive Prosecutors? Not Really, Research Suggests Katherine Coviello, Davis Vanguard

The Facts on Bail Reform and Crime Rates in New York State Ames Grawert and Noah Kim, Brennan Center for Justice

Parole Justice Now: Confronting Death by Incarceration in New York Jonah Walters, Nonprofit Quarterly

The return of the firing squad Kathleen Parker, Washington Post

Supreme Court Rules for Condemned Inmate Who Sought Pastor’s Touch Adam Liptak, New York Times

Man walks out of prison 28 years early – with the help of a prosecutor Maya Dukmasova, InjusticeWatch

New Documentary Focuses on Artist George Anthony Morton’s Journey Toward Healing After Prison Shanti Escalante-De Mattei, ArtNews

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