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Arpaio’s lawyer casts blame on sheriff’s staff, others at contempt trial (access required)

An attorney defending former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio against a contempt of court charge involving immigration patrols blamed sheriff’s employees and a lawyer who once defended the lawman in a racial-profiling case for not following a court order to stop the strategy.

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