This article addresses recent case examples involving convictions that, on their face, seemed to provide an adequate basis of deportability. Convictions under the criminal statutes addressed herein generally appear to encompass deportable offenses, but have been held to be insufficient to assure deportability. Therefore, these examples can serve as templates for analysis of other statutes.
Michael Vastine, Being Careful What You Wish For: Divisible Statutes - Identifying a Non-Deportable Solution to a Non-Citizen's Criminal Problem, 29 Campbell L. Rev. 203 (2007).