Possible, yes. Likely to succeed, no. Consult with a local appellate lawyer asap to go over all the facts and issues.
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Yes, depending on the specific circumstances you would want to consider a
CPL 440.10 Motion.
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You may still be able to file an appeal. A motion could be made to vacate the judgment based on new evidence or other enumerated grounds.
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Yes, although it is very difficult. The reason people do this after release from jail is that it is possible to recover damages from the government for wrongful conviction.