The short answer is YES!! If you go to the DMV, and you have an outstanding warrant for your arrest, it is very likely that you will be arrested. Any contact with law enforcement, which causes them to run a records check on you is likely to result in your arrest. You should immediately contact an attorney, to determine what steps can be taken to get the warrant withdrawn, so that you can proceed with getting your Kansas ID card, without fear of being arrested.
When you apply for the ID the warrant will likely show up and you will be arrested. You need to deal with the warrant. Contact an attorney and see if the warrant can be recalled or what needs to be done. It is almost always easier to deal with a warrant by getting a lawyer and initiating the process than it is to wait until you get arrested.
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