There Is a possibility, but it is relatively slight. Ther reality is that you really have to take care of this issue as you are subject to immediate arrest if you come to the attention of the authorities for any reason.
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I'm not familiar with all of the information the Secretary of State has access to when granting a state ID. However, considering that your warrrant is for an MIP, you are much more likely to be informed about the warrant and instructed to turn yourself in. Regardless of your ability to afford an attorney, I would advise turning yourself in immediately. If this is a first offense MIP, you cannot be jailed and be receive a type of diversion sentence. If it isn't a first MIP, you may be eligible for court appointed counsel/public defender. Good luck.
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Call an attorney and handle you MIP case. Some attorneys will work with you on a payment plan. Can you borrow any money from family members?
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