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PHOENIX, Aug 19 (Reuters) – A federal judge recommended on Friday that prosecutors bring criminal contempt charges against Arizona lawman Joe Arpaio, finding that the controversial sheriff had violated court orders stemming from a 2007 racial profiling case.

U.S. District Court Judge Murray Snow also urged criminal contempt charges against Arpaio’s second-in-command, Gerard Sheridan, along with Maricopa County Sheriff’s Captain Steve Bailey and an Arpaio attorney, Michele Iafrate.

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2 thoughts on “Judge Seeks Criminal Contempt Charges Against Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio

  1. I read the article and it seems he is like all defendants… he is terribly afraid of what will happen to him when he loses. And he will by evidence. Hugs

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