You can bring a "coram nobis" motion to have the judge void your guilty plea, but that is not really something you can do without a attorney,
You could also just ask the judge to let you withdraw the plea, and explain that you didn't understand the consequences, and had plead guilty out of continence of yourself and the court.
This is not legal advice. If order to give you legal advice i would need to see the Tickets and talk to the court first. Good luck:)
You can apply for an occupational license to carry you through the suspension period. At this point the judge has likely lost jurisdiction.
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You have 10 days after your guilty plea to appeal. You may be able to get a judge to grant you an occupational license, though. You will need to hire a lawyer. Chuck Stanfield in Houston is excellent in these matters.