You need to get a lawyer - see if you can withdraw your plea. But it's difficult.
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There are motions that you can file to fix this problem. You need to discuss this with and atty asap as time is a factor. Not many attys handle sex crimes. How long ago was this?
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Time is of the essence. Contact an experienced criminal defense attorney ASAP. There are Motions that need to be filed immediately asking the court to set aside your Best Interest plea.
Did you have a public defender?
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