Unless you have new evidence that was not discoverable at the time of your plea, all time tables to appeal or otherwise challenge what occurred have expired. At a future time you can attempt to petition for a pardon.
Your question is not very clear, but there does not appear to be anything you can do a this point-two years later. Maybe I of my colleagues will have a suggestion for you. I also don't know what petition you think you can file after ten years.
I’m not certain from where the ten year timetable is derived. If you are trying to file a petition for post conviction relief, you generally have one year from the date of judgment. Appeals are often shorter, normally 30 days from the Final Order.
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