Crimes Committed Against Person, Family Relationship, and Sexual Morality

Abandonment of a minor child (if willful and resulting in the destitution of the child)
Adultery (see INA 101** repealed by Public Law 97-116)
Assault (this crime is broken down into several categories, which involve moral turpitude):
Assault with intent to kill, commit rape, commit robbery or commit serious bodily harm
Assault with a dangerous or deadly weapon
Bigamy
Paternity fraud
Contributing to the delinquency of a minor
Gross indecency
Incest (if the result of an improper sexual relationship)
Kidnapping
Lewdness
Manslaughter:
Voluntary
Involuntary (where the statute requires proof of recklessness, which is defined as the awareness and conscious disregard of a substantial and unjustified risk which constitutes a gross deviation from the standard that a reasonable person would observe in the situation. A conviction for the statutory offense of vehicular homicide or other involuntary manslaughter requires only a showing of negligence will not involve moral turpitude even if it appears the defendant in fact acted recklessly)
Mayhem
Murder
Pandering
Prostitution
Rape (including "Statutory rape" by virtue of the victim's age)

Attempts, Aiding and Abetting, Accessories and Conspiracy

An attempt to commit a crime deemed to involve moral turpitude
Aiding and abetting in the commission of a crime deemed to involve moral turpitude
Being an accessory (before or after the fact) in the commission of a crime deemed to involve moral turpitude
Taking part in a conspiracy (or attempting to take part in a conspiracy) to commit a crime involving moral turpitude where the attempted crime would not itself constitute moral turpitude.