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Joseph Michael Arpaio is a former American law enforcement officer. He served as the 36th Sheriff of Maricopa County, Arizona for 24 years, from 1993 to 2017, losing reelection to Democrat Paul Penzone in 2016. Arpaio styled himself as " America's Toughest Sheriff". Starting in 2005, he took an outspoken stance against ...


Jul 31, 2017 ... Joe Arpaio, the Arizona lawman who once proclaimed himself to be “America's Toughest Sheriff” and was largely praised by conservatives for his hard-line policing tactics, was found guilty Monday of criminal contempt, bringing his tenure as a relentless crusader against illegal immigration to an end.


Jan 10, 2018 ... President Donald Trump pardoned ex-Sheriff Joe Arpaio after he was convicted of violating a federal court order. Here's how Arpaio got to be so notorious.


Aug 25, 2017 ... WASHINGTON — President Trump on Friday pardoned Joe Arpaio, the former Arizona sheriff whose aggressive efforts to hunt down and detain undocumented immigrants made him a national symbol of the divisive politics of immigration and earned him a criminal contempt conviction. In a two-paragraph ...


News about Joseph M. Arpaio. Commentary and archival information about Joseph M. Arpaio from The New York Times.


Aug 27, 2017 ... President Donald Trump pardoned Joe Arpaio on Friday, sparing the controversial former Arizona sheriff a jail sentence after he was convicted of criminal contempt related to his hard-line tactics going after undocumented immigrants.


Jan 9, 2018 ... Joe Arpaio, the former Maricopa County sheriff known for his hard-line immigration tactics, says he's running for Senate.


Feb 2, 2018 ... PHOENIX—“Somebody wants me out of the race,” Joe Arpaio said. He was in the lobby of the Church for the Nations, a sprawling 13-acre campus where several hundred Republicans—from precinct captains all the way up to Governor Doug Ducey—gathered last weekend for Arizona's annual party ...


Jan 10, 2018 ... Joe Arpaio, the controversial former sheriff, announced he will run for Senate in Arizona.