Yes, at the discretion of the Riley County Attorney's Office.
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Yes, depending on the offense. Normally on traffic infractions, if you do not pay your ticket in 30 days, a letter will automatically go out to your last known address or the address that appears on the ticket, stating that you have not paid your fine and that your license will be suspended. If you are scheduled for a court appearance for misdemeanor or felony offense and you do not show up, the judge may order a warrant for your arrest.
Contact the Department of Revenue, Driver Control Bureau at (785) 296-3671, to find out the status of your drivers license.
If you have proof that your license has been reinstated, bring it to the Riley County Attorney's Office or to Court on your appearance date.
Bring in your proof of insurance coverage to the Riley County Attorney's Office or on your scheduled court appearance.