In an unpublished decision, the Ninth Circuit determined that a conviction under Arizona Revised Statutes §§ 13-1203(A)(3) and 13-1204(A)(8)(e) for aggravated assault is not categorically a crime involving moral turpitude.  The court recognized that under Arizona law, the intent predicates in § 13-1203(A)(3) constitute only means of committing the crime of assault, not separate elements.  Arizona courts have held that  statutes that prohibit one act committed with different mental states are construed as defining a single offense, and therefore, a jury need not unanimously decide which subset mental state the defendant had while committing the crime. As such, the intent predicates are not alternative elements.  

The full text of Govindarajan v. Lynch can be found here: