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Ninth Circuit on CIMT, Cal. Penal Code § 422: Latter-Singh v. Holder

"Singh claims that the BIA wrongly determined that a violation of California Penal Code § 422 constitutes a crime involving moral turpitude (or “CIMT”), thus rendering him removable. Although we previously determined that a violation of § 422 is an aggravated felony, see Rosales...

CA9 on Evidence, CIMT: Vargas Cervantes v. Holder (upholding Rotimi)

"We hold that although the BIA correctly determined that Vargas’s conviction under California Penal Code § 422 was for a CIMT and that Vargas is ineligible for an extreme hardship waiver, the BIA erred in concluding that Vargas’s conviction under California Penal Code § 273...

BIA on CIMT: Matter of Wu, 27 I&N Dec. 8 (BIA 2017)

Matter of Wu, 27 I&N Dec. 8 (BIA 2017) - Assault with a deadly weapon or force likely to produce great bodily injury under California law is categorically a crime involving moral turpitude. Ceron v. Holder, 747 F.3d 773 (9th Cir. 2014) (en banc), distinguished.

CA9 on CIMT - Ramirez-Contreras v. Sessions

Ramirez-Contreras v. Sessions - "California’s Vehicle Code § 2800.2 is not categorically a crime of moral turpitude, and thus, Petitioner is not statutorily ineligible for cancellation of removal. Petition GRANTED." [Hats off to Angelica Navarro Sigala!]