The Second Circuit denied the petition for review, holding that even though the New York law under which the petitioner was convicted for possession of child pornography lacks an interstate commerce element that is present in the analogous federal child pornography statute, the petitioner’s conviction qualified as an aggravated felony under the INA in light of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Torres v. Lynch.

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Pornography ruled as Aggravated Felony