The Supreme Court Has Never Been Apolitical Joshua Zeitz, Politico

It’s Time to Abolish Supreme Court Confirmation Hearings Matt Ford, New Republic

Watching the Ketanji Brown Jackson Hearing as a Survivor of Childhood Sexual Assault Steve Kennedy, Slate

Ketanji Brown Jackson’s nomination brings renewed attention to lack of Black judges on the federal bench Chandelis Duster and Priya Krishnakumar, CNN

See just how much White men have dominated the federal judiciary Jasmine Mithani, The 19th

St. Louis’ Murder Total Has Fallen, but Some Killings Went Uncounted Jeremy Kohler and Tom Scheck, ProPublica

Half of murder cases considered ‘solved’ by Chicago police in 2021 didn’t lead to charges Andy Grimm, Chicago Sun-Times

Preventing gun violence takes more than police Howard Henderson and Denise Brown, Brookings

NYC Experiment ‘Shifts Power’ from Law Enforcement to Community The Crime Report

How New York’s Bail-Reform Law Became a Political Lightning Rod Nia Prater, New York Magazine

The political fight around New York’s bail reform, explained Emily Russell, WXXI

The important story behind the Parole Board story Matt Wynn, Flatwater Free Press

Louisiana Court Officials Resist Reforms to End the Predatory Fines and Fees that Fund Their Offices Kalena Thomhave, Bolts Magazine

Local jails are helping drive America’s mass incarceration problem Marin Cogan, Vox

Nashville’s DA candidates all say they want criminal justice reform. But just how progressive are they? Samantha Max, WPLN

The True Crime-Obsessed Philanthropists Paying to Catch Killers Kashmir Hill, New York Times

The Unravelling of an Expert on Serial Killers Lauren Collins, The New Yorker

The Caregivers Kelly Loudenberg, The Atavist

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