The Ninth Circuit has held that a conviction under section 136.1(a) of the California Penal Code (witness tampering) is not categorically a crime involving moral turpitude. The court noted that "the statute does not require the intent to 'injure someone, an actual injury, or a protected class of victims,' such as children." In addition, it "does not require that an individual make false statements nor procure anything of value," and as such, is not a fraud-type crime involving moral turpitude. The court remanded the case to the Board of Immigration Appeals to determine in the first instance if the statute is divisible.
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