Joseph Michael Arpaio is a former American law enforcement officer. He was the elected Sheriff of Maricopa County, Arizona for 24 years, from 1993 until 2016, until he lost re-election to Democrat Paul Penzone. Arpaio styled himself as " America's Toughest Sheriff". Starting in 2005, he took an outspoken stance against ...
Jul 31, 2017 ... Joe Arpaio, the former sheriff of Maricopa County in Arizona, was found guilty of criminal contempt for ignoring a judge's order to stop racially profiling Latino's during patrols.
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 ...
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Sep 30, 2017 ... On a speech on Friday in Fresno, California, Joseph M. Arpaio, billed on the evening's program as “America's toughest sheriff,” delighted local Republicans with his pronouncements. He promised to restart his investigation into the veracity of President Barack Obama's birth certificate, suggested he might ...
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.
Aug 24, 2017 ... (CNN) He flouted the Constitution. He disobeyed court orders. And then he bragged about it. To understand the building outrage, particularly among civil rights groups, over the possibility that President Donald Trump would pardon former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, one need only return to the July ...
Oct 4, 2017 ... Joe Arpaio is back. Today, a federal judge will hear arguments in the continuing case of United States v. Joseph M. Arpaio—the case in which Donald Trump issued his first presidential pardon. To many people, it might be strange to realize the case is continuing at all. Normally, a pardon is the end of a ...