After the Backlash Aziz Huq, Inquest

Criminal justice reform isn’t dead, but has lessons to heed Anita Chabria, Los Angeles Times

The Lessons Liberal Prosecutors Are Drawing From San Francisco’s Backlash Shaila Dewan, New York Times

Actually, Chesa Boudin was voted out in the richest, whitest areas of San Francisco Tana Ganeva, Substack

Why prosecutorial reform will outlive Chesa Boudin’s recall Katrina vanden Heuvel, Washington Post

This Is How Reactionary Prosecutors Thwart Criminal Justice Reform Jessica Schulberg, HuffPost

In Virginia, Money – Not Justice – Drives Prosecution Sam McCann, Vera Institute of Justice

Amid crime spike, are Louisiana criminal justice bills ‘rollbacks’ or ‘needed tweaks’? Mark Ballard, The Advocate

Rural America Reels From Violent Crime: ‘People Lost Their Ever-Lovin’ Minds.’ Andrea Morales, Wall Street Journal

New York City Is a Lot Safer Than Small-Town America Justin Fox, Bloomberg

Sanctuary practices lower counties’ crime rates, study finds

What Can FBI Data Say About Crime in 2021? It’s Too Unreliable to Tell Weihua Li, The Marshall Project

Sweeping reporting failures may compromise the FBI’s 2021 crime data Axios

‘They Conflated “The Wire” With Reality’ Gioncarlo Valentine, New York Times

The True Story of True Crime’s Unscripted-to-Scripted Evolution and the Genre’s Seemingly Endless Appeal Jennifer Mass, Variety

How The Staircase, Candy, and Under the Banner of Heaven Undid True Crime David Canfield, Vanity Fair

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