Jurors at a malicious-prosecution trial against former metro Phoenix Sheriff Joe Arpaio were told Thursday in closing arguments that the lawman brought a trumped-up criminal case against one of Sen. … Click to Continue »
The Latest on a malicious-prosecution trial against former Sheriff Joe Arpaio in a lawsuit brought by one of Sen. Jeff Flake's sons (all times local): 4:05 p.m. Jurors hearing closing … Click to Continue »
"The government has entered an appearance in this case and intends to represent the government's interests in this appeal," the U.S. Department of Justice said in a statement Wednesday to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.
Fresh from his presidential pardon, the controversial former Arizona lawman says he just might run for Senate. For anyone who can't stomach the idea of Roy Moore occupying a seat in the upper chamber of Congress, here are three words that may send a shiver down a spine: Senator Joe Arpaio. Show More Summary
Controversial former Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio says he's considering jumping into the race for retiring Sen. Jeff Flake's Senate seat, six months after his contempt-of-court charge was erased by presidential pardon. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
Salon reports: For anyone who can’t stomach the idea of Roy Moore occupying a seat in the upper chamber of Congress, here are three words that may send a shiver down a spine: Senator Joe Arpaio. Arpaio, the former Arizona sheriff who...Show More Summary
Fresh off a presidential pardon, ‘America’s Toughest Sheriff’ says Rep. Trent Franks’ congressional seat holds no interest for him. The U.S. Senate, however...
“I am seriously, seriously, seriously considering running for the U.S. Senate.” — Sheriff Joe Arpaio, in an interview with the Daily Beast.
Republican Omar Navarro is trying again to unseat Rep. Maxine Waters, but this time, he has a new set of high-profile friends. Trump confidant Roger Stone is a campaign advisor, former Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio calls weekly, and far-right conspiracy theorist Alex Jones hosted him on his popular...
Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio has been hit with a lawsuit claiming he maliciously pressed charges against a member of Jeff Flake’s family to hurt the Republican Arizona senator politically. President Donald Trump pardoned...Show More Summary
A judge says Arpaio pushed for a case against Flake's son.
A federal lawsuit set to go to trial next month marks the latest legal action brought against former Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio over allegations that he pursued a trumped-up criminal case to get publicity and embarrass an adversary. The political opponent in this case: U.S. Sen. Jeff Flake. One...
The son of Arizona’s Republican Sen. Jeff Flake filed a lawsuit against Joe Arpaio claiming the former sheriff pursued criminal charges for publicity and political gain. Read more...
If proven true, this was dirty. The post Former Sheriff Joe Arpaio Faces Lawsuit for Targeting the Son of a U.S. Senator in a Trumped-Up Criminal Case appeared first on RedState.
Senator Jeff Flake's son believes the sheriff was out to get him.
Legal advocacy groups that opposed former Sheriff Joe Arpaio's pardon are asking an appeals court to appoint a special prosecutor to appeal a lower-court decision that let the retired lawman's … Click to Continue »
(Paul Mirengoff) Linda Greenhouse, the former Supreme Court reporter for the New York Times, is often wrong but never in doubt. These days, she has no doubt that “we’re all living in Sheriff Joe [Arpaio] country now.” How so? Because...Show More Summary
Former Sheriff Joe Arpaio has hit a snag in his bid to have his now-pardoned criminal conviction erased from his record. An appeals court on Monday questioned whether it has … Click to Continue »
The former Maricopa County Sheriff—convicted of criminal contempt, and then pardoned by the president—is still seeking the limelight.
In August, President Donald Trump pardoned former 'America's Toughest Sheriff' Joe Arpaio following his conviction for criminal contempt. Arpaio had "willfully violated" a court order barring he and his staff from racial profiling and other forms of unconstitutional policing. But yesterday, a federal judge in Arizona ruled that, while Trump's......