No -- can't happen. Sorry.
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No. The County Court has lost jurisdiction to do anything with the case after such a long span of time. Normally, you would have to file a pleading asking to withdraw the plea within 120 days under CRCrP 35(b).
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When judges take guilty pleas they do everything they can to prevent you from being able to withdraw them. You may want to consult with an attorney in the jurisdiction where you plead to see if you can. It is possible, just very difficult.
It is difficult, but not impossible. Did the trial court take the plea in accordance with the rules, statutes and the Colorado and us constitutions? Of course, if you reopen it, it is there with the possibility of a trial, conviction, and new sentence. Is all of that worth it to you?
It is possible to withdraw a case with a Crim. Civ. Pro. Rule 35(c) petition, but it depends on how long after and the strength of your case. Just for reference, the time limit is 120 days and it is very difficult to overcome the timebar if you are outside of this time frame.
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