The remaining restitution you still owe will be converted to a civil judgment, so there should be no reason to pursue a new lawsuit. The victim could potentially choose to pursue you more aggressively using regular collection means at that point but my best guess would be that the person would just continue accepting whatever payments you send in. Pay an attorney for a consultation if you want to be more sure about this.
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