The issue is really going to be the record. If the record shows that a violent act and/or domestic violence was committed, that would be enough, regardless of what the actual language says about "non dangerous - non-repetitive."
Just because the state finds this to be the case, it does not mean that immigration will do the same. Often, immigration consequences of criminal acts are more severe than state consequences for the same acts.
Furthermore, as I said previously, a conviction for an attempt to commit a deportable offense has the same immigration consequences as a conviction for the offense itself. So yes, and attempt may not be violent in and of itself, but because the attempt has the same consequences as the offense itself - which is a crime of violence - it is a deportable offense. And a domestic violence offense is a deportable offense.
If the language of the statues under which you were convicted requires a bad intent, like knowingly or intentionally committed the act, and the act itself is an act of violence of a domestic violence offense, you still would be subject to deportation.
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