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Immigration – Involuntary Manslaughter Not ‘Moral Turpitude’ Crime (access required)

Sotnikau v. Lynch (Lawyers Weekly No. 001-023-17, 14 pp.) (King, J.) No. 15-2073, Jan. 24, 2017; On Petition for Review; 4th Cir. Holding: Virginia’s involuntary manslaughter offense is not a “crime of moral turpitude,” and the Board of Immigration Appeals erred in its contrary holding and in rejecting a Belarus native’s petition for asylum, withholding of ...

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