A federal appeals court has found that Maricopa County is liable for the “racially discriminatory policing policies” of former Sheriff Joe Arpaio.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit on Monday found that the county was not immune from liability for the unlawful traffic-stop policies implemented by Arpaio, which targeted Latinos in attempts to find violations of federal immigration laws.

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