No. It may read that way at first glance, but they are referring to "fined. . . for breaking or violating any law". You're fine.
I agree with Mr. Moreno~the "fines" are read in the context of violating a criminal statute, not an administrative one. I believe that it is always a great idea to at least get an immigration attorney consult before applying for anything with USCIS, just in the abundance of caution.
Mr. Moreno gave a 'fine' answer.
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