I'm wondering what the real meaning of moral turpitude is in regards to border crossing (canadian traveling to USA)... mainly interested in finding out of house arrest short sentences for assault causing bodily harm are considered moral turpitude.
And also are arrest charges themselves included in that? Someone could get arrested for the worst crime involving moral turpitude, but then get convicted of a minor charge as the arrest was a mistake.
I have heard that even if you are arrested for something, this is still considered at the border, as who is going to allow someone to cross the border who has been arrested for terrorism related crimes 4 times, but never convicted? It seems like the moral turpitude theory and practice collide... you have a theoretical version of moral turpitude, and then you have the practice...
As this is the law site I guess I'm asking what it is in theory, from a legal standpoint...
Here is some info I already found:
However all the links that point to "list of crimes of moral turpitude" in those articles are dead links or incorrect links, or 404 errors. So, theoretically that page should describe it legally.. but, it's hard to find that page! As it's always a 404 error.