(2) Other adverse dispositions. This term includes all law violations that are not civil court convictions (para 4–32b (1)(b)), but which resulted in an arrest or citation for criminal misconduct, followed by the formal imposition of penalties or any other requirements upon the offender by any governmental agency or court.
(3) Examples of other adverse dispositions. Some examples of other adverse dispositions include—
(a) Admission into diversionary or similar programs.
(b) Admission into an adult first-offender program.
(c) Deferred acceptance of guilty plea programs or probated sentence.
(d) Tried as a youthful offender.
(e) Enrollment in supervision programs.
(f) Orders to pay restitution, pay a fine, serve community service, pay court costs, attend classes, or serve probationary periods that do not constitute civil court convictions.
(g) Adjudication withheld and suspended imposition of sentence.
(h) Unconditional suspended sentence and unsupervised unconditional probation. These terms are defined as a court imposed suspended sentence or probationary status.