If you pled guilty and 30 days has passed since you were sentenced, you would be limited to filing an ineffective claim against your attorney. You should seek out an experienced criminal defense attorney to determine if any relief can be granted.
It depends on how many days have passed since your sentence. More information needs to be provided to better answer your question.
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