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CA3 on Justiciability, CIMT: Mayorga v. Atty. Gen.

"[W]e hold that Mayorga would suffer a serious adverse consequence if his crime of conviction were found to categorically be a CIMT, and that his challenge to the IJ’s CIMT ruling is therefore justiciable. We further hold that the IJ and the BIA were incorrect in finding that Mayorga’s...

CA3 on CIMT: Hernandez-Cruz v. Attorney General

"Hernandez-Cruz argues that his Pennsylvania conviction for child endangerment does not constitute a crime involving moral turpitude (“CIMT”) because his statute of conviction “may be violated without implicating conduct that the Board . . . has defined as - inherently base, vile...

CA3 on CIMT: Mahn v. Attorney General

"Emmanuel Mahn petitions for review of his final order of removal and contends that his Pennsylvania conviction for reckless endangerment is not a crime involving moral turpitude (“CIMT”). Applying the categorical approach, we conclude that the least culpable conduct punishable under...