Post Profile






Sheriff Joe Arpaio: It’s not my fault that my racial profiling program cost taxpayers $40 million

Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio insisted he will run for a seventh term as Maricopa County sheriff, despite facing possible criminal charges after being held in contempt of court for flouting a judge’s orders, 12News reports. Arpaio has already racked up a $40 million bill to taxpayers in his...
read more

share
See more about: Joe Arpaio

Related Posts


Federal judge considering filing contempt charges against Ariz. Sheriff Joe Arpaio

News : The Raw Story

A U.S. judge moved a step closer to pursuing possible contempt charges against Arizona lawman Joe Arpaio on Thursday, accusing the Maricopa County sheriff of failing to follow court mandates in a 2007 racial-profiling case. Last yea...

Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio could face jail in profiling case

News : The Raw Story

Arizona Sheriff Arpaio in Contempt in Profiling Case Joe Arpaio, America’s self-proclaimed “toughest sheriff,” may face jail time or a takeover of his Maricopa County (Arizona) sheriff’s office after a federal judge found him in con...

Lawyers for Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio hope to dodge contempt charges in racial profiling case

News : The Raw Story

Lawyers for embattled Arizona lawman Joe Arpaio have asked a federal judge to order a settlement conference as they seek to ward off possible contempt charges stemming from a 2007 racial profiling case, court documents showed on Mon...

Joe Arpaio, 'America's toughest sheriff,' found in contempt of court in racial profiling case

Business & Finance : Money & Co

A federal judge in Arizona has ruled that Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio intentionally violated the judge's orders to end profiling of Latinos 19 times, a decision that raises the possibility he could face criminal charges. U.S....

Judge delivers major blow to Sheriff Joe Arpaio in racial profiling case

News : The Raw Story

A federal judge found Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio in contempt for violating a court order meant to stop racial profiling, the Arizona Republic reports. The civil ruling sets the stage for criminal contempt of court proceeding...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC