It depends upon whether you were placed on supervised probation or unsupervised probation. If you were placed on supervised probation, then your probation officer can violate you for not paying the money and ask the court to activate your suspended sentence, which means that you will go to jail if the court agrees with the probation officer. If you were placed on unsupervised probation, then it is unlikely that a warrant will be issued. You will have to pay the money if you ever want your license back. The money in question may also be entered as a civil judgment against you, which will adversely affect your credit.
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They will probably not issue a warrant, but your privilege to drive will be suspended until you pay the monies you owe. If you got a PJC, then they can pray judgment on you and reinstate the offense if you fail to pay. Most courts will give an extension of time for payment if you ask, but they charge a little extra administrative fee to do so.
You'd do well to speak with your Court Appointed Attorney. Given the factual scenario, it SOUNDS like a case called DWLR Driving While License Revoked.
That attorney will know more of the specifics and procedural history for the case. . .specifically including whether the Court intended immediate compliance and/or would be amenable to additional time.
Non-compliance with a Court Order / Judgment is serious business. Contact your attorney without delay.
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