Unpub. BIA: Head-Butting a Peace Officer Not a CIMT

"Although we find no clear error in the Immigration Judge's decision to credit the police report, we respectfully disagree with his conclusion that the conduct described therein is a CIMT. In order for assault on a police officer to qualify as a CIMT, there must be an intentional act combined...

Unpub. BIA Agg. Fel. Remand: Matter of Lucio Chavez

"[T]he respondent expressed an intention to apply for a waiver under former section 212(c) of.the Act, 8 U.S.C. § I I 82(c) (1988), but in a very brief decision the Immigration Judge found him ineligible for such relief on the ground that his 2011 conviction for assault on a public servant...

Unpub. BIA on Full Faith & Credit, Vacated Conviction

"We do not agree with the Immigration Judge's determination that the respondent's 2007 drug conviction remains effective for immigration purposes despite its vacatur. The Texas court's decision vacating the respondent's conviction is entitled to full faith and credit in these proceedings...