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A federal court judge is tasked with deciding whether Sheriff Joe Arpaio's crime suppression sweeps are constitutional. More>>

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Sheriff Joe Arpaio's high profile political corruption cases collapsed. He is under investigation for accusations of abuse of power and his office admitted to misusing nearly $100 million in restricted jail funds. More>>

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