Joe Arpaio is fast approaching a crossroads where he must decide either to settle claims that his officers racially profiled Latinos in his trademark immigration patrols — and overhaul his practices — or take his chances at trial.
Four undocumented students who were arrested while protesting Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio's immigration policies have been released from Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Joe Arpaio, criticized by the U.S. Department of Justice for what it called discrimination against Latinos, said Thursday that he would seek a sixth term as sheriff of Maricopa County in Arizona.
An online petition calling for the resignation of a controversial sheriff in Arizona has amassed 13,500 signatures in its first two weeks, say organizers.
Latino activists want controversial Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio to step down from his post and for his deputies to stop their alleged racial profiling of Hispanics in the state.
Judge Murray Snow issued a ruling that created a class action, giving every Latino stopped, questioned or detained by the Sheriff’s Office since January 2007 standing in the 4-year-old civil-rights lawsuit.
An attorney for Ernest Atencio claims Sheriff's deputies from one of Joe Arpaio's jails fought with his client, and the scuffle led to Atencio’s death.
Immigration officials will no longer use controversial Sheriff Joe Arpaio's officers to screen detainees in Maricopa County prisons, the agency said Monday in a letter to U.S. Sen. Jon Kyl of Arizona.
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A man found unresponsive in a jail cell after fighting with deputies over the weekend was on life support Monday, in a case that Latino activists say raises more questions about practices under Sheriff Joe Arpaio.