Truth Was Never the Point Ronnell Andersen Jones and Lyrissa Lidsky, Slate

The Johnny Depp-Amber Heard Verdict Is Chilling Jessica Winter, The New Yorker

Depp Trial Exposes Risks to Media in Airing #MeToo Accusations Jeremy W. Peters, New York Times

What does the Heard-Depp verdict mean for the #MeToo movement? Victoria Bekiempis, The Guardian

Harvey Weinstein’s Last Campaign Ken Auletta, The New Yorker

The Age of ‘Too Far’ Charles M. Blow, New York Times

We’re Living Through the Backlash Noah Y. Kim, Mother Jones

San Francisco Voted In A Progressive District Attorney. Now He May Get Recalled. Sarah Ruiz-Grossman, HuffPost

Criminal justice reform on trial in San Francisco recall vote Francine Kiefer, Christian Science Monitor

The Limits of San Francisco Liberalism Ross Barkan, New York Magazine

A tough-on-crime DA doesn’t translate to lower crime rates Tim Redmond, 48hills

Editorial: NJ’s top cop and judge agree: Stop jailing people for minor fines Newark Star-Ledger

Ending ‘vicious cycle’ of debtors’ prison in Delaware: Bill would halt some court fees for defendants Cris Barrish, WHYY

Facing Life: the project showing the cracks in California’s incarceration system Pendarvis Harshaw, The Guardian

‘The Soundtrack of Your Mistakes In Stereo’: Documenting Every Detail of Life Behind Bars Keri Blakinger, Rolling Stone

A Harrowing Journey From Cornell to Addiction to Prison David Sheff, New York Times

‘The Wire’ at 20: ‘This Show Will Live Forever’ Jonathan Abrams, New York Times

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