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Feds to launch criminal contempt case against Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio

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Federal prosecutors say they will file criminal contempt-of-court charges against Maricopa County, Ariz., Sheriff Joe Arpaio for disobeying orders to stop his immigration patrols.

The announcement in federal court Tuesday sets in motion criminal proceedings against the sheriff just as he seeks...


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