Supreme Court has voted to overturn abortion rights, draft opinion shows Josh Gerstein and Alexander Ward, Politico

What happens if Roe v. Wade is overturned? What we know about Supreme Court’s leaked draft Trevor Hughes, USA Today

Roe Will Fall. But the Supreme Court’s Legitimacy Is Already Lost. Dahlia Lithwick, Slate

The Future of Abortion in a Post-Roe America Jessica Bruder, The Atlantic

A New Abortion Battleground, in South Dakota Peter Slevin, The New Yorker

If Roe v. Wade is overturned, Texas district attorney offices would become a new battleground Eleanor Klibanoff, Texas Tribune

Why California Wants to Recall Its Most Progressive Prosecutors Ronald Brownstein, The Atlantic

Which path will California take on criminal justice? Charis E. Kubrin and Bradley J. Bartos, Orange County Register

A San Francisco Public Defender Explains What the Media Are Getting Wrong About the “Crime Wave” Eamon Whalen, Mother Jones

Survivors of Violent Felonies Challenge State’s Tough-on-Crime Policies KQED

Mayor Eric Adams Is Stuck on Ideas From 1994 for Crime in 2022 Mara Gay, New York Times

Mayor Eric Adams Proposes Boost to Police and Jail Spending in Nearly $100B Budget Greg David, Yoav Gonen, and Katie Honan, The City

Sheriff Villanueva acts like he’s above the law in LA County. What if he’s right? Erika D. Smith, Los Angeles Times

Inside the remarkable rise and fall of Alabama’s most predatory police force John Archibald,

In some states, your 6-year-old child can be arrested. Advocates want that changed Cheryl Corley, NPR

Childhood trauma can predate incarceration. One city is giving its harshest cases a fresh look. James E. Causey, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

As more wrongful convictions unravel, exonerees help one another adjust to life beyond bars Andrew Ryan, Boston Globe

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