A lawsuit against Coconino County Sheriff Jim Driscoll has been dismissed. U.S. District Judge David G. Campbell threw out the class action lawsuit Monday against Driscoll and Jail Commander Matthew Figueroa. The suit was filed on behalf of Guillermo Tenorio-Serrano, alleging the sheriff’s policy of holding pretrial detainees, at the request of Homeland Security through Immigration and Customs Enforcement was unlawful and violated the Fourth Amendment. He was initially arrested by DPS in 2017 for extreme DUI after he had a blood alcohol level of .203 and .195. Tenorio-Serrano and the ACLU sought a preliminary injunction in March, but was denied in July. Sheriff Driscoll stated from the beginning he was abiding by state law and “if a court having jurisdiction over us changes the law, we’ll change our policy to comply.” Tenorio-Serrano also named the Coconino County Jail District Board of Directors as defendants in the lawsuit.