How One Progressive City Is Fighting to Decriminalize Abortion Mary Tuma, The Nation

The race that wasn’t supposed to be: Phoenix suddenly set to be the largest post-Roe battleground Kathryn Joyce, Salon

Abortion is still legal in Arizona. But confusion and fear abound Nina Lakhani, The Guardian

DeSantis sacked me for doing my job as a prosecutor. Who’s next? Andrew Warren, Washington Post

A progressive prosecutor clashed with DeSantis. Now he’s out of a job. Lori Rozsa, Washington Post

Don’t Abort Local Prosecutors’ Discretion Marc A. Levin and Khalil A. Cumberbatch, Washington Monthly

Bid to recall Los Angeles district attorney fails, a win for criminal justice reform Sam Levin, The Guardian

Editorial: Now that a second recall effort has failed, let George Gascón do the work he was elected to do Los Angeles Times

Ousted Florida prosecutor Andrew Warren’s ‘woke’ politics helped crack decades-old murder cases Kathryn Varn, USA Today

Multnomah County DA revisits past convictions under program to right previous wrongs Jonathan Levinson, Oregon Public Broadcasting

After a career of cracking cold cases, investigator Paul Holes opens up NPR

‘Free Chol Soo Lee’ Review: An Indictment of the Justice System Ben Kenigsberg, New York Times

True Crime TV Shows Force Us To Face Society’s Misdeeds – But Who Are They Really Helping? Scarlett Harris, Refinery29

The Thing About Pam And The Real True Crime TikToks Natasha Jokic, BuzzFeed

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