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Criminal – Sentencing – ‘Violent’ Crime – Attempted Child Molestation (access required)

For purposes of a sentencing enhancement under USSG § 2L1.2(b)(1)(A) for an illegal alien, a conviction of felony attempted child molestation under Georgia Code Ann. § 16-6-4 qualifies as a “crime of violence.” A violation of former Georgia Code § 16-6-4 categorically constituted “sexual abuse of a minor,” which the sentencing guidelines define as a “crime ...

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