regarding your comment:
@dreary, you are 100% wrong. It indeed a df’ing offense in and of itself, with no other sin involved
Just carefully read the subtitle in page 58, before point 2: "Offences Requiring Judicial Decisions." The Title is not "Offences Requiring Disfellowshipping.".
This is because not all judicial decisions end up in disfellowshipping.
The first sentence of para 2 says: "Listed below are offences that may require judicial review".
The list given on pages 58- forward are not the offences liable for disfellowshipping, but ones where judicial review may be required.
Going to point 4. Attempted Suicide: The last sentence says, "In most cases, a judicial hearing may not be required". Thus in many cases, no disfellowshipping is required.
So, I stand by what I said: Attempted suicide may be a reason for Judicial review. But it is not a direct basis for disfellowshipping. A person is not disfellowshipped simply because he attempted suicide.
I personally know of 3 such cases in my circuit, who attempted suicide due to financial/property dispute reasons. None of them were disfellowshipped.