Tag: workplace raids
Prosecutors have started dismissing identity-theft cases after a judge's preliminary injunction that bars Joe Arpaio, the sheriff of Arizona's Maricopa County, and other officials from enforcing state laws that make it a felony to use a stolen identity to obtain employment. But legal hurdles remain for the hundreds of ...
BREAKING // Excuse cross-postings // Please forward January 5, 2015 Contacts: Caroline Picker, Puente, firstname.lastname@example.org, 510-501-7276 Salvador G. Sarmiento, NDLON, email@example.com, 202-746-2099 Steve Kilar, ACLU of Arizona, firstname.lastname@example.org, 602-773-6007 Court Grants Injunction in Lawsuit Against Workplace Raids Arpaio and Montgomery Ordered to Stop Enforcing Statutes on which Raids are Based Full order available below PHOENIX – Federal ...
A federal judge Monday blocked one of the most well-known tools used to crack down on illegal immigration by the man who calls himself America's toughest sheriff. Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio must stop enforcing Arizona's identify theft laws, U.S. District Judge David Campbell ruled Monday, granting ...
Plaintiffs Continue Court Case to Seek Immediate and Permanent Relief Against Workplace Raids Last night, Sheriff Arpaio’s lawyer filed papers in the case Puente v. Arpaio announcing his plan to terminate the criminal employment squad that has, for the past six years, conducted workplace raids on local businesses and arrested workers ...
Decenas de inmigrantes salieron a manifestarse para pedir el fin de las redadas de Arpaio y su campaña de terror. Para ver el video has click aqui(To watch the video click here): http://univisionarizona.univision.com/videos-univision-arizona/video/2014-10-16/inmigrantes-piden-que-arpaio-los-dejen-en-paz/embed
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio's last standing avenue for illegal-immigration enforcement is now being challenged in federal court. A local civil-rights organization on Wednesday filed a lawsuit to end Arpaio's trademark workplace raids, an often-touted law-enforcement effort that has led to the arrests of hundreds of immigrant workers since 2008. The suit ...
PHOENIX — Her parents are criminals, technically speaking, having pleaded guilty to impersonation for falsifying a Social Security number to secure employment, a felony in this state. They were caught in a workplace raid led by Sheriff Joe Arpaio in 2009, a ...