What it means when miscarriage is a crime Katy Simpson Smith, Washington Post

1 in 3 American women have already lost abortion access. More restrictive laws are coming. Katie Shepherd, Rachel Roubein, and Caroline Kitchener, Washington Post

A Mother, a Daughter and an Unusual Abortion Prosecution in Nebraska Shaila Dewan and Sheera Frenkel, New York Times

Facebook helped police with an abortion investigation in Nebraska. That’s troubling news everywhere Kate Bertash and Cynthia Conti-Cook, Los Angeles Times

The rise of the keyword search warrant and the end of Roe. Albert Fox Cahn and Julian Melendi, Slate

Former Louisville cop pleads guilty to lying on Breonna Taylor search warrant Andrew Wolfson and Billy Kobin, Louisville Courier Journal

Charges to Be Dropped Against Officers in Fatal Shooting of Rayshard Brooks Richard Fausset, New York Times

We have a pandemic of poor policing practices on our hands, and lives are at risk Suzette Hackney, USA Today

They didn’t remain silent: How false confessions happen Jacqueline Cutler, New York Daily News

After years of scrutiny of NY detective, a case gets retried Jennifer Peltz, Washington Post

Case law says Michael White is innocent. So why is he stuck in a Missouri prison? Tony Messenger, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

New York’s ageing prisoners languish with poor medical care and little hope Gloria Oladipo, The Guardian

Sheriff’s computer crash leaves defendants who should have been released stuck in LA County jail James Queally, Los Angeles Times

After 20 years in prison, man found innocent of a murder Libor Jany, Los Angeles Times

California advances broadest US law sealing criminal records Don Thompson, AP

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