While a sentence can be corrected within 60 days of the original sentence, new grounds or an original mistake must be alleged. You really need to talk to an attorney. Good luck!
Can it? Sure.
Will it? Who knows.
Motions to modify sentences must be filed within 60 days of the judgment and sentence.
Even then they are completely, 100%, discretionary with the Judge.
The bottom line is that anything is possible, whether or not it is probable is another story and your odds at a favorable outcome will exponentially increase with the assistance of a skilled and experienced criminal defense lawyer efforting on your behalf.
Wishing you luck and hoping that I have been helpful in answering your question.
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It is possible but there has to be a motion to reduce or modify filed, and grounds for it. Talk to your attorney,
or consult with another attorney if needed. Good luck to you.
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