Four Maricopa County Superior Court judges are among nine nominees for two openings on the Phoenix-based division of the Arizona Court of Appeals. Those nominated by the Commission on Appellate … Click to Continue »
Donald Trump said this week that he was "strongly considering" pardoning Joe Arpaio. The controversial former sheriff of Arizona's Maricopa County gained national attention for his aggressive stance on illegal immigration. A federalShow More Summary
The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors has appointed a longtime school administrator to fill a vacancy in the Arizona House of Representatives. The board voted unanimously Wednesday to appoint Goodyear … Click to Continue »
The president has called the former Arizona sheriff "a great American patriot." President Donald Trump is reportedly considering a pardon for Joe Arpaio, the former sheriff of Maricopa County, Arizona, after neo-Nazi and other fringe media that have supported Trump called for him to do so. Show More Summary
Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, dubbed “America’s Toughest Sheriff,” was found guilty of contempt of court for continuing traffic stops that reportedly “targeted immigrants” after a court ordered him
President Donald Trump’s first pardon might go to former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio. A Fox News exclusive with Trump revealed the president is pondering the option. “I am seriously considering a pardon for Sheriff Arpaio,” Trump told Fox News Sunday. “He has done a lot in the fight...
Sheriff Joe Arpaio may be pardoned in the next few days after the former Maricopa County law enforcement boss was... The post AMAZING! Sheriff Joe Arpaio May Be Pardoned in “the Next Few Days” appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Maricopa County Superior Court is offering a deal to people looking over their shoulder because they're behind on child support obligations. The court on Friday will host a workshop during … Click to Continue »
By Order dated July 13, 2017, Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Mark H. Brain (presiding judge in the Gila River adjudication) affirmed the most recent effort by the Arizona Dept. of Water Resources (ADWR) to delineate the lateral extent of certain hydrogeologic areas known as subflow zones in the San Pedro River watershed in southeastern Arizona. Show More Summary
A judge considering whether a new law making it easier to challenge citizen initiatives in court meets constitutional muster could issue a decision at any time. Maricopa County Superior Court … Click to Continue »
Days after being found guilty of criminal contempt, former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio is sending out blast emails begging for financial support. On Monday, the man who once called himself “America’s toughest sheriff,” was found guilty of criminal contempt for violating the...
A judge considering whether a new law tightening the legal standard for challenges to citizen initiatives meets constitutional muster is expected to issue a decision. Maricopa County Superior Court Judge … Click to Continue »
A federal appeals court panel has ruled that the wiretapping practices of some Arizona prosecutors violated U.S. law. The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals panel found that Maricopa County … Click to Continue »
The downfall of Sheriff Joe should be a warning to policy makers who want to turn police officers into immigration agents. Almost 10 years ago, Manuel de Jesus Ortega Melendres filed a lawsuit in Arizona after being illegally detained by the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office. Show More Summary
On Monday, one of the nation’s most famous lawmen, former Maricopa County, Ariz., Sheriff Joe Arpaio, became a criminal. The 85-year-old was found guilty of criminal contempt of court for ignoring a federal judge’s order forbidding his department from targeting Latinos. Here’s a look at Arpaio’s...
Among those celebrating the conviction of Crooked Joe Arpaio, formerly “America’s Toughest Sheriff” and one of Donald Trump’s earliest supporters, are the members of the Latino and immigrant communities terrorized by the “bad hombre” former...Show More Summary
The longtime sheriff of Maricopa County had persisted in ordering hunts for undocumented immigrants after a federal judge ordered him not to.
U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton reached a decision in the criminal contempt case of controversial former Maricopa County, Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio on Monday, July 31. The disgraced ex-lawman was found guilty of violating a judge’s...Show More Summary
The former sheriff for Maricopa County, Ariz., was found guilty Monday of willfully ignoring a federal judge's order. The case stemmed from his campaign against illegal immigration.
The New York Daily News reports: Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio was found guilty of criminal contempt Monday. Arpaio, who was booted out of office in November, was charged with misdemeanor contempt-of-court for disobeying a 2011 court order issued by U.S. Show More Summary