Anything is possible. If you turn down the class A, you'll have to set the case for trial and hope the DA doesn't pull the offer altogether. Your attorney is in the best position to tell you the likelihood of a class C.
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If you already pled guilty then it's too late to get another reduction. If you pled to a deferred adjudication you can file a motion to have your record sealed two years from the date the deferred probation is completed.
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