When Innocence Isn’t Enough Chris Pomorski, New Republic

When Will Texas Stop Executing People Whose Death Sentences Are Unconstitutional? Joseph Margulies, Slate

Texas judge won’t let prosecutor cancel scheduled execution of John Ramirez Jolie McCullough, Texas Tribune

Editorial: The death penalty is wrong – even for racist mass killers Los Angeles Times

Restorative justice programs can supplant criminal cases Troy H. Wilson and Donna L. Jones, Philadelphia Inquirer

Democrats Would Rather Become Republicans Than Make the Case for Justice Reform Jerry Iannelli, The Appeal

3 NYC Detainees Die in Less Than a Week, Bringing Year’s Total to 9 Jonah E. Bromwich and Jan Ransom, New York Times

Chronic punishment: The unmet health needs of people in state prisons Leah Wang, Prison Policy Initiative

Guantánamo Bay Prison’s First COVID Outbreak Shrouded in Secrecy Elise Swain, The Intercept

Public Defenders Were Scarce Before COVID. It’s Much Worse Now. Erika Bolstad, Pew Stateline

Hundreds Have Left NY Public Defender Offices Over Low Pay Jonah E. Bromwich, New York Times

“Mental Health Units” in Prison Are Solitary Confinement by Another Name, Activists Say Victoria Law, Truthout

Proposed legislation would ban most solitary confinement at Rikers Samantha Max, Gothamist

Louisiana Limits Solitary Confinement for Youth Annie Waldman, Beth Schwartzapfel, and Erin Einhorn, ProPublica

New Bill Seeks to Model California Prison Reforms After Norway’s Success Nigel Duara, KQED

DC Residents Are Voting from Prison This Week Kira Lerner, Bolts Magazine

Out on Parole in Colorado? You Can Vote. Alexandra Arriaga, Andrew Rodriguez Calderón, Celina Fang, Bo-Won Keum, and Liset Cruz, The Marshall Project

Previous articleThe Trial of Kyle Rittenhouse: Cross-Examination of Kyle Rittenhouse — Part 1
Next articleThe Trial of Kyle Rittenhouse: Weekly Recap — “Binger Gets Stung” with Abbe Smith