by Caroline Cox
Coverage of the ACS-sponsored “Skewed Justice” study continues with The National Law Journal, News & Record, McClatchy, Think Progress, KPFA-FM, Sentencing Law and Policy, and The Take Away reporting on the findings.
In The Washington Post, Robert G. Kaiser celebrates the life of The Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee who presided over the paper during the Watergate scandal and helped to print stories based on the Pentagon papers.
Scott Martelle of the Los Angeles Times questions the use of the death penalty in light of the recent release of a wrongfully convicted man after 38 years in prison.
At Constitution Daily, Scott Bomboy considers the lack of politicians as Supreme Court Justices in recent years.
Jeffrey Toobin explores in The New Yorker the judicial legacy of President Obama, including his evolving opinion on same-sex marriage.
NPR’s Hansi Lo Wang reports on new concerns over voter registration in Georgia where lawyers say thousands of registration applications for minority voters are missing.