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Alfred v. Garland
"The overbreadth of Washington’s accomplice liability statute means there is no categorical match to the generic federal offense in this case either, and Petitioner’s second-degree robbery convictions cannot constitute aggravated felony theft offenses. Petitioner is therefore not removable under 8 U.S.C. § 1227(a)(2)(A)(iii). IV. We grant the petition and remand for further consideration by the agency. PETITION FOR REVIEW GRANTED, REMANDED."
[Hats off to Aaron Korthuis and Alison Hollinz, Northwest Immigrant Rights Project!]