The Third Circuit has determined that a Pennsylvania conviction for obstructing the administration of law or other government function is not a crime involving moral turpitude.  The court noted that the intent to impair or obstruct governmental functions, standing alone, is not morally turpitudinous; the obstruction must occur by deceit, graft, trickery, or dishonest means.  Nothing in the text of the statute requires fraudulent or otherwise deceptive conduct as a necessary element of committing the offense, and thus, it involves non-morally turpitudinous conduct.

The full text of Ildefonso-Candelario v. Attorney General can be found here: