No. Your only recourse at this point is to contact an appellate attorney about a writ of habeas corpus. Your attorney can't enter anything into evidence unless there is a trial. He can provide evidence to the DA as part of plea bargain negotiation, and the DA will decided what weight to give to the evidence. You may be able to get some of your probation requirements reduced or waived through the help of an attorney. Any defense attorney can file a motion to modify the terms and conditions of community supervision--that person doesn't have to be an appellate attorney. You might call around and find out what attorneys in your area would charge you. It may save you money in the long run.
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No the guilty plea has been entered and all appeal time has run.Why not have the attorney seek modification of the probation?
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Sounds like you should hire an attorney. A modification would probably be the best course of a action.
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