Unfortunately there is no statute of limitations on court imposed fines, just as there are no statute of limitations on unpaid parking tickets
. Your best bet at this point will probably be to contact the court clerk's office and explain your situation (go there in person if you can), provide any documentation you have, and ask that the court reduce or waive the fee, especially if you can show that you paid what they told you to pay at the time. Otherwise, they may also be willing to give you an extension.
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