You can look your case up on Maryland Judiciary Case Search. If there is a warrant it would show there. You can also call the District Court Commissioner and ask.
The appearance before the commissioner is simply is simply to advise you that you have a right to have counsel and may apply to the Public Defender if you cannot afford a lawyer and to make sure you know your charges and possible penalties. They will also either give you a court date or tell you that you will receive it in the mail.
You should work diligently to clear up any suspensions and not drive until that has happened.
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Try checking the citation number(s) on Maryland Case Search:
If you do have a warrant, but you do not otherwise have a criminal record or failures to appear, then you might be released on your own recognizance or a nominal bail.
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I find this very unlikely. You are probably reading the citation incorrectly. A driving suspended citation is a "must appear" charge, meaning that you cannot simply pay it. A trial date will be scheduled and you will receive a notice to appear fro trial. Appearing before a commissioner is not a normal component of such a ticket. Make an appointment to see a lawyer about representation, or apply for the PD. Driving on a suspended license carries up to 12 points on your license, $1,000 fine and a year in jail, although none of those penalties are likely on your facts. If the suspension is solely for unpaid tickets, then the points and penalties are much much lower; also, paying the tickets will lift the suspension, and in most cases, the prosecutor will drop the driving suspended charge upon proof that you cleared the suspension up. Get a lawyer to review the tickets for you, and represent you in court.