On May 2, a federal court in Arizona allowed Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio to continue his workplace raids to search for undocumented immigrants using false identities to work. In the wake of this decision, we should reconsider how we define identity theft.
Organizers argue Arpaio should be booted because his office has failed to adequately investigate more than 400 sex-crimes
Several retired Valley law-enforcement officials have joined the recall effort against Sheriff Joe Arpaio, criticizing him
Opponents of efforts to recall Maricopa County, Ariz., Sheriff Joe Arpaio are criticizing the role of out-of-state resources
The self-described “Toughest Sheriff in America” raced off to a hospital emergency room on Monday night to comfort the family
This election year, community activists working to get more Latinos to turn out and vote have enlisted the help of an unwitting
The ACLU and other attorneys filed a federal lawsuit in 2007 alleging Arpaio's Maricopa County Sheriff's Office made traffic
"As far as the birth certificate, I'm not done with it. I've taken a lot of heat on that, but let me make one thing clear
Their details did little to convince anybody that the allegation was true, but it increasingly seems that this doesn't concern
Joe Arpaio, the 80-year-old lawman who brands himself "America's toughest sheriff," is smiling like a delighted gnome. Nineteen
The jury trial before Judge Murray Snow is expected to run until August 2. (Reporting By Tim Gaynor; Editing by Greg McCune
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
U.S. District Judge Murray Snow has issued rulings against Arpaio earlier in the case. The plaintiffs aren't seeking money
When historians look back on Joe Arpaio's legacy as Maricopa County sheriff, one thing they are likely to weigh heavily is
In May, the Justice Department filed a lawsuit against Arpaio and Maricopa County alleging a pattern of racial profiling
Arpaio still faces a Justice Department lawsuit for discriminating against Latinos and disregarding their basic constitutional
Among the five challengers are Jose Waldron, an 18-year-old who said his campaign will not raise more than $500, and Tim
Others have allegedly been put in solitary confinement for "extended periods of time" for not understanding a command in