I received a speeding ticket in Wisconsin and paid the ticket, only to receive a notice from the municipal court judge saying I had not paid the total due. I placed a phone call to the municipal judge and had a discussion with him. I asked how it was possible to pay a fine and then be asked to pay more. First he said it was a "rookie cop", then said it was a "clerical error" on my ticket. Additionally, my DOB was wrong on the summons. Well, I became, to quote the judge "lippy." Even so, to make it go away, I sent in the remaining amount with a letter explaining why I was upset and because I was out of town, missed the deadline by two days (deadline to pay the added on fine). The next day I receive a notice from the same judge, saying I hadn't paid the fine, and "your privilege to drive in Wisconsin has been suspended for 30 days for the violation." "Vindictive and Big deal", I thought, I don't need to be in Wisconsin for 30 days anyway. Fast forward 8 months to today and I did have to be in Wisconsin. Got stopped for speeding (again!) - and discovered I was driving with a suspended license, got a ticket with a hefty fine due. The judge was vindictive, nothing said I had to reinstate my license. Should I fight it? Can a judge suspend a drivers license in this case? I am beginning to hate the state of Wisconsin. (I live in Minnesota).