A federal judge rejected a lawsuit by Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio seeking to overturn President Obama's executive action to spare up to 5 million immigrants without documentation from being deported.
Maricopa County, AZ Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s attempt to sue President Obama over immigration has been foiled. “The plaintiff’s case raises important questions regarding the impact of illegal immigration on this Nation, but the questions amount to generalized grievances which are not proper for the Judiciary to address,” Judge Beryl Howell wrote in a Tuesday ruling… [...]
A lawsuit filed against President Obama by the self-styled "America's Toughest Sheriff" was dismissed today by Judge Beryl A. Howell in the D.C. District Court. In his complaint, Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio claimed that Obama's new immigration policy, announced last month, was unconstitutional. Rather than dismiss Arpaio's case out......
Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s recently filed immigration lawsuit against President Obama has been rejected by Judge Beryl Howell. Arpaio’s suit challenged the constitutionality of Obama’s immigration order. The U.S. federal judge said the lawsuit...Show More Summary
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio launched a case to argue that the U.S. immigration system is not broken, and that the President’s executive order was unnecessary. But U.S. District Judge Beryl Howell rejected the Arizona sheriff’s lawsuit this week. Show More Summary
A Washington federal judge took little time to throw out Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s lawsuit challenging President [wsj-people name="Barack Obama" displayName="Obama, Barack" topicId="4328" onlinesignificance="passing-mention"]’s immigration policies allowing millions of illegal immigrants to remain in the country.
A federal judge on Tuesday dismissed Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s lawsuit challenging the Obama administration’s plan to shield nearly five million people from deportation.
A US federal judge handed a victory to President Barack Obama, throwing out a lawsuit over controversial actions he took last month shielding millions of undocumented migrants from deportation. The suit brought by Joseph Arpaio, the conservative sheriff of Maricopa County, Arizona, challenging the...
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio sought on Monday to overturn President Obama's executive action protecting up to 5 million immigrants without documentation from being deported.
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio is launching a case to argue that the U.S. immigration system is not broken, and that the President’s executive order was unnecessary. Photo by Darryl Webb/Reuters. WASHINGTON — A gadfly attorney and...Show More Summary
Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio is disbanding a squad that targeted undocumented immigrants in workplace raid, his office said on Thursday, following a lawsuit by groups that accused the controversial lawman of infringing on the powers of the federal government. The move is the latest in a series of...
Sheriff Joe won the first court battle over Obama’s executive amnesty. A judge sided with Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio in the first legal clash in what is expected to be a major court fight over the legality of President … Continue reading ?
In asking a federal judge to dismiss Sheriff Joe Arpaio's lawsuit asking for an injunction on President Barack Obama's executive amnesty, the Justice Department claimed that President Barack Obama's executive amnesty will not attract more illegal immigrants and is not even amnesty. Show More Summary
An Oklahoma man convicted of mailing an improvised bomb to hardline Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio from northern Arizona last year was sentenced on Tuesday to seven years in prison, federal prosecutors said. Gregory Lynn Shrader, 56, was sentenced in federal court in Phoenix on four charges for mailing...
.@TheJusticeDept asks judge to dismiss immigration suit filed by Arizona's Sheriff Joe Arpaio http://t.co/L5sily1OGp pic.twitter.com/ZjkJZdx8ca — CBS Evening News (@CBSEveningNews) December 16, 2014
Sheriff Joe wins first court battle over executive amnesty. A judge sided with Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio in the first legal clash in what is expected to be a major court fight over the legality of President Obama’s executive … Continue reading ?
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 year, U.S. District Court Judge Murray Snow ruled that deputies...
A judge is deciding if a prosecutor should investigate Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio for repeatedly disregarding orders in a case of racial profiling. Arpaio could face punishment ranging from daily fines to jail time if he is found to be in contempt. Still, a racial profiling expert said he wouldn’t expect the judge to [...]
Maricopa County, Arizona, Sheriff Joe Arpaio is spending a penny less this year per inmate for their Thanksgiving meal. The cost of the meal this year adds up to 55 cents per prisoner. Like last year, prisoners will be feasting on a 24-cent vegetarian turkey soy casserole. For a side dish, prisoners will get one [...]