1. Applying the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Mathis v. United States, the Fifth Circuitvacated the BIA’s judgment and remanded, holding that the petitioner’s prior Texas misdemeanor assault conviction did not qualify as a “crime involving moral turpitude” that rendered him ineligible for cancellation of removal.

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Assault found not to be a CMT