Thanks for the clarification.
This is not a criminal offense. It is considered a moving violation, and therefore you will not be required to get a visa waiver for your entry to the US.
Note, however, that if you are asked whether you've ever been arrested, make sure you answer truthfully. Sometimes, officers ask questions to see if you are going to be honest, so make sure that you are. Do not worry - again, moving violations are not criminal offenses for which one would require a visa waiver.
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