The Tenth Circuit has determined that a Wyoming conviction for third degree sexual abuse of a minor is a sexual abuse of a minor aggravated felony.  The court rejected the petitioner's argument that his conviction must require knowledge of the victim's age or require an element of “actual abuse,” such as an age gap of more than five years, a lack of consent, a relationship with a power imbalance, or exploitation.

The full text of Bedolla-Zarate v. Sessions can be found here: