Issue: Whether Taylor v. United States’ definition of generic burglary requires proof that intent to commit a crime was present at the time of unlawful entry or initial unlawful remaining, as two circuits hold, or whether, as the court below and three other circuits hold, it is enough that the defendant formed the intent to commit a crime at any time while unlawfully “remaining in” the building or structure.
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