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Monday September 9, 2019

Do Algorithms Have a Place in Policing? Eva Ruth Moravec, The Atlantic An illusion of justice Radley Balko, Washington Post Can’t Pay Court Fees? In Florida, You Could Lose Your Driver’s License Nadege Green, The Crime Report True crime always risks exploitation. But it can still make the world a better place. Sarah Weinman, Washington Post DC Residents Aren’t Buying a Trump-Appointed Prosecutor’s Campaign Against Criminal Justice Reform Mark Joseph Stern, Slate Have a sealed arrest in NYC? You may now be in a class action suit against the NYPD Stephen Rex Brown,...

Friday September 6, 2019

Judge Rules Terrorism Watchlist Violates Constitutional Rights Charlie Savage, New York Times Document reveals the FBI is tracking border protest groups as extremist organizations Jana Winter and Hunter Walker, Yahoo News 36 Years in Prison for a $50 Robbery Carla Crowder, New York Times The graying of America’s prisons: ‘When is enough enough?’ Eileen Rivers, USA Today Billy Jack Crutsinger was executed on September 4, 2019 in Texas. Keri Blakinger, The Marshall Project Witnessing a Federal Execution Peter Slevin, The New Yorker Florida County: People on Sex Offender...

Thursday September 5, 2019

Walmart to Stop Selling Ammunition for Assault-Style Weapons Sarah Nassauer, Wall Street Journal Over 40 People Have Been Arrested As Potential Mass Shooters Since El Paso Christopher Mathias and Ryan Reilly, Huffington Post After prison, more punishment Tracy Jan, Washington Post SC officials not evacuating prison before Hurricane Dorian despite mandatory order Emily Bohatch, The State Next Arena for Criminal Justice Reform: A Roof Over Their Heads Lola Fadulu, New York Times Inmate suicides like Jeffrey Epstein’s are increasing – and predictable, senator says Kimberly Kindy, Washington Post From ‘The Alcatraz...

Wednesday September 4, 2019

Texas’s second mass shooting during August kills at least 7 Ben Guarino and Lana Straub, Washington Post As Texas Deals with Recent Violence, Looser Gun Laws in State Take Effect Esther Fung and Elizabeth Findell, Wall Street Journal Not so easy to prevent the spread of mass shooters’ names Lisa Marie Pane, Associated Press White House, DOJ working to expedite death penalty for mass shooters Gregg Re, Fox News The Public Safety Myth Rachael Rollins, The Appeal When Solitary Confinement Is A Death Sentence Lisa Armstrong, Huffington Post The Opioid...

Tuesday September 3, 2019

Push to allow some violent criminals a chance at early release causes US attorney for District to come out fighting Keith Alexander, Washington Post Number of children charged as adults in Philly has dropped substantially under DA Larry Krasner Adam Hermann, Philly Voice Column: Don’t let a computer algorithm determine your freedom (Ohio) Jocelyn Rosnick, Columbus Dispatch Editorial: In a civilized society, not even the most vicious crimes justify a death sentence Los Angeles Times California Bill Could Allow Rehab Instead Of Jail For Parents Who Commit Certain Crimes Chris Nichols, Capital Public...

Monday September 2, 2019

Jim Crow Returns to the Supreme Court Matt Ford, New Republic These crime victims have lost loved ones to murder – and to prison. That’s why they want to end life without parole in Pennsylvania Elizabeth Hardison, Pennsylvania Capital-Star NYPD moves to ‘victim-centered’ approach on sex crimes cases Michael Sisak, Associated Press States are trying to change a system that keeps poor people in jail. The bail industry is blocking them. Collette Richards and Drew Griffin, CNN A NYC Grassroots Movement Vows to Keep Watch on Prosecutors Oliva Heffernan, The Crime Report