Crimmigration—Part II: Beyond the Categorical Approach AC19 (.MP3)

Crimmigration—Part II: Beyond the Categorical Approach AC19 (.MP3)

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Recorded 06/21/19
CLE Eligible Yes
Length 60 min.
Format MP3
SKU AC19-F327-DL

The categorical and modified categorical approaches are important tools in the crimmigration world, but they don't cover all the bases. Panelists in Part II of this two-part session will review conduct-based grounds of removability as well as the circumstance-specific approach, and address any new case law regarding the application of the categorical and modified categorical approaches.


  • Circumstance-Specific Approach: Marijuana, Domestic Violence, and Fraud
  • Conduct-Based Removability and Good Moral Character Issues
  • After Post-Conviction Relief: The Conviction is Gone Now—Aren’t We Safe?
  • Case Law Updates: Categorical and Modified Categorical Approaches

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  • Michael Sharma-Crawford (DL), Kansas City, MO
  • Lance Curtright, San Antonio, TX
  • Brian Murray, Fairfax, VA
  • Keli M. Reynolds, Los Angeles, CA