You need to review this matter confidentially with the attorney in your case and determine why this happened. Also, you might not have gotten a better outcome. You might be careful what you wish for. If you get to take back your plea, you may wind up with more time.
So it seems you thought you were going to plead to something and get one sentence but instead at the last minute you got something else. The question is why did you proceed forward and sign for the deal when you knew that the amount of time was more than you originally thought. Tell your attorney your concerns and if he isn't giving you satisfactory answers, consult another attorney. Good luck.
two months in many cases means one month actual. Watch out about jumping from the frying pan into the fire. Consult with another experience criminal attorney before withdrawing your plea.
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