U.S. District Judge Judge Beryl Howell seemed skeptical on Monday of a lawsuit from Sheriff Joe Arpaio, the self-proclaimed "America's Toughest Sheriff" on immigration, over executive actions by the president that could protect up to 5 million people from being deported.
Snow said Arpaio's recent comments undermined his office's efforts to comply with the ruling. His attorney, Tim Casey, argued
In recent months, the Maricopa County jails have broadcast patriotic songs over the public address systems - "The Star Spangled
The sheriff has said that people are stopped only if authorities have probable cause to believe they have committed crimes
Plaintiff's lawyers said Arpaio got another 2008 letter urging a sweep in Mesa and noting that the leader of the city's police
Among the five challengers are Jose Waldron, an 18-year-old who said his campaign will not raise more than $500, and Tim
"When you look at unbalanced people, how they respond to the vitriol that comes out of certain mouths about tearing down
The protest was mostly peaceful as demonstrators marched more than 3 miles from a Phoenix park to the famous "tent city" jail