Alright! Great news! I turned in an addendum indicating I had to change my response to the question asking if I've ever been "arrested" from a negative to an affirmative response.
They gave me a hard time about it, but once they saw that it was such a long time ago, they eased up. Also, they saw the nature of the offense and why I was arrested and they were shocked. Their faces lead me to believe that they were somehow shocked that I was arrested for such a thing. I've always felt like I was racially profiled, but whatever. So long story short, they said it shouldn't be a problem, but they would still like me to speak with the Assistant Dean of Admissions.
I turned in the addendum to my application first thing in the morning before orientation officially began. I wasn't kicked out of orientation nor law school!
Edit: I looked up my personal record to find out the crucial information that I had forgotten. It turns out, I was arrested, then sent home with my parents. However, I was referred to a juvenile court where the state dismissed my charges. No charges were pressed against me from the other party involved. So the juvenile court then referred me to a case worker at a juvenile justice center and this is where I was given community service.
I don't remember stepping in front of a judge, however. I'm sure it happened due to the administrative proceeding, but I simply have no recollection.