The problem that you are not allowed by law to expunge a DUI. When you say "collateral attack" - you are really talking about wiping the conviction off of your record for purposes of it enhancing a new charge to a more serious crime/penalty. Your work at rehabilitation is COMMENDABLE - but without compelling facts that include actual innocence - there is not much hope.
The most often used line in law is "ignorance of the law is not a defense". Unfortunately, that is a true statement of the law as well.
I don't see how such a collateral attack would have a leg to stand on. First you have to get the issue heard and you are long past the traditional appeal timeline and have no new evidence for a 6500 motion.
If you want a more direct and realistically better opinion you should contact the State Appellate Defenders Office (SADO) directly.
Best of Luck.
An Attorney-Client relationship has not been established. Becket J. Jones is not your attorney. In order to protect your interests, you should engage with and retain a competent criminal defense attorney who practices often in the court you are scheduled to be in front of if you have been (or believe you will be) charged with a crime in the State of Michigan.
I agree with my colleagues. You have no legal remedies. The more time you place between yourself and the conviction as well as continual improvement, achievement, and evidence of rehabilitation is what will help you in the long run.
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