Former sheriff Joe Arpaio and President Donald Trump.

Judge Rules Trump's Pardon Doesn't Undo Joe Arpaio's Conviction

Joe Arpaio was convicted of criminal contempt. President Donald Trump pardoned him before sentencing.

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