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Garcia-Morales v. Barr
"Mr. Garcia-Morales argues that, contrary to the BIA’s conclusion, his accessory conviction under Idaho Code (“I.C.”) § 18-205 is categorically not a crime involving moral turpitude (“CIMT”). We agree with him. Exercising jurisdiction under 8 U.S.C. § 1252(a), we grant the petition and remand the case to the BIA for further proceedings consistent with this order and judgment."
[Hats off to Jeff Goldman!]