Not unless there were errors during the plea bargain process. Look into consulting with a criminal defense attorney who has appeals experience for a consultation, you may be able to find one here on Avvo.
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Highly doubtful. She should talk to an attorney immediately to see if there's anything that can be done.
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Based on the information provided here it is very unlikely that your girlfriend would be able to have her case re-opened and the plea withdrawn, nevertheless, no attorney could properly advise you or your girlfriend regarding this matter without first sitting down and discussing the case in much greater detail.
Even if you are able to have the case re-opened, it is possible that evidence which was suppressible as used against you may still have been admissible as against her. You need to find an attorney whose practice is focused in large part on on post-conviction relief. It is my understanding that the attorney's who handle these types of cases are far and few between. Best of luck to you.
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She plead guilty. He conviction is final unless there are jurisdictional or venue issues that may be raised on appeal, and that's only if she was convicted in the past 30 days. Good luck.
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