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"FAMM, Washington Lawyers’ Committee, NACDL Launch Compassionate Release Clearinghouse," News Release, June 19, 2019.

"In Los Angeles, only people of color are sentenced to death," by Sam Levin, The Guardian, June 18, 2019.

"An expert’s testimony about a bloody towel helped win murder convictions. But it wasn’t blood.," by Meagan Flynn, Washington Post, June 18, 2019.

"Trump vows mass immigration arrests, removals of ‘millions of illegal aliens’ starting next week," by Nick Miroff and Maria Sacchetti, Washington Post, June 17, 2019.

"Opinion analysis: Justices uphold “separate sovereigns” doctrine," by Amy Howe, SCOTUSblog, June 17, 2019.

"Debunking the Court’s Latest Death-Penalty Obsession," by Garrett Epps, The Atlantic, June 17, 2019.

"Law allowing no exceptions to sex offender registration is unconstitutional, Alaska Supreme Court rules," by Madeline McGee, Anchorage Daily News, June 15, 2019.

"Editorial: Inconsistent Marsy’s Law interpretations by police jeopardize public knowledge and safety," Orlando Sentinel, June 14, 2019.

"VIDEO: How Hip-Hop’s #BillionDollarLawyer Proves His Worth," Great Big Story, June 14, 2019.

"Civil rights commission calls to end 'invisible' punishments for those with criminal convictions," by Kevin Davis, ABA Journal, June 14, 2019.

"Kentucky Supreme Court voids victims’ rights amendment," by Dylan Lovan, Associated Press, June 13, 2019.

"Gov. Evers re-forms Wisconsin pardons board Walker dropped," by Scott Bauer, Associated Press, June 13, 2019.

"How a D.C. Lawmaker is Challenging the Racist Roots of Prison Voting Restrictions," by Kira Lerner, The Appeal, June 12, 2019.

"Advocacy groups ask Supreme Court to delay ruling on census citizenship question," by Lawrence Hurley, Reuters, June 12, 2019.

"This Is Exactly What Privacy Experts Said Would Happen," by Sidney Fussell, The Atlantic, June 11, 2019.

"In Just Two States, All Prisoners Can Vote. Here's Why Few Do.," by Nicole Lewis, Marshall Project, June 11, 2019.

"This Is Exactly What Privacy Experts Said Would Happen," by Sidney Fussell, The Atlantic, June 11, 2019.

"Only 2% of federal criminal defendants go to trial, and most who do are found guilty," by John Gramlich, Pew Research Center, June 11, 2019.

"Yemeni Guantanamo Detainee's Bid for Release Rejected by Supreme Court," by Lawrence Hurley, US News and World Report, June 10, 2019.

"Four women say he raped them after they’d passed out. Will a new law enable all four to testify?," by Dan Morse, Washington Post, June 9, 2019.

"Editorial: Criminal charges against Scot Peterson set a bad precedent for Florida public school safety," Palm Beach Post, June 9, 2019.

"Opinion: We are prosecutors. We will use our discretion on new antiabortion laws.," by Satana Deberry , Stephanie Morales and Miriam Aroni Krinsky, Washington Post, June 7, 2019.

"Give up your password or go to jail: Police push legal boundaries to get into cellphones," by Jon Schuppe, NBC News, June 7, 2019.

"Listen for the log-in: Hackers may glean your password by listening to how you type on your phone," by Hamza Shaban, Washington Post, June 6, 2019.

"'Outdated and expensive': San Francisco to close juvenile hall in pioneering move," by Vivian Ho, The Guardian, June 6, 2019.

"Editorial: Another state bans the death penalty. Let the rest follow.," Washington Post, June 5, 2019.

"Top court in Mass. to review controversial technology police use to track cars," by Matt Rocheleau, Boston Globe, June 4, 2019.

"Tiffany Cabán’s Rebel Campaign in Queens," by Jennifer Gonnerman, New Yorker, June 4, 2019.

"In Scott Warren’s No More Deaths Trial, Prosecutors Attempt to Paint a Web of Conspiracy," by Ryan Devereaux, The Intercept, June 4, 2019.

"Felons from D.C. could be able to vote from prison under proposed bill," by Fenit Nirappil, Washington Post, June 3, 2019.

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