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The answer is generally no. However, there is a big HOWEVER. That is while the answer is generally no, however, if you admit to the action in a legal document or in open court, then this may be used as reason for removal (deportation).
For example, the prosecutor states that the case will be dismissed if you "apologize in open court and write an apology letter." That may be used as a way to initiate removal.
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