There are some "post-conviction" remedies available, but all of them are speculative in nature. They range from additional appeals through a pardon application. Any lawyer worth their salt is going to charge you an significant fee and need to do a thorough review of all the pleadings before being able to point you in the right direction. Sounds like there is some good mitigation in there, but those are tough cases. We handle some of those, just realize that it is a long road.
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