Law Offices of Ronald A. Steinberg & Associates | Ronald A. Steinberg, BA, MA, JD
It depends upon the judge. You may have already lost your license again. If the judge gives the okay, then pay the fine as soon as possible. Otherwise, you will have to go to court and plead with the judge to let you fix it.
Answer Applies to: Michigan
John Russo | John Russo
If you have an active warrant on you then you must turn yourself in, if you pay the fine they will take your money, and then the next time you have a run in with the police you will spend sometime as their guest. There must be a traffic court in your jurisdiction, when you get the nerve go their early in the morning, go to the clerks office tell them you have an active warrant on you for the traffic violation, you will be arrested, kind of, when you get in front of the court apologize for missing the date, let the judge know your license is in good standing again, and you wish to pay your fine, as well as the new cost, oh yeah forgot that, most likely you will be charged for court cost also, maybe not. Then you will be released and have no worries about ever being stopped and arrested later.
Answer Applies to: Rhode Island