You can only file a MAR under specific reason under NCGS 15A-14-15. There are very specific reasons to allow you to change a judgment and if you do not fall within one of those you will not be eligible for a MAR. If you do, find a local criminal defense attorney who has argued these in the past and get started. Best of luck!
Call Trial Attorney Dustin RT Sullivan at (910) 508-2200 or visit us at www.sullivansnowlaw.com to find out more.
The transcript of plea would cover almost every single issue upon which you would file a motion for appropriate relief (the specific reasons sited in Mr. Sullivan's answer). The issue of an insufficient factual basis for a conviction is pretty much lost at this point (there is always a chance). Sounds like you will be forced to allege either there is new evidence or inefficient assistance of counsel leading to a violation of your 6th amendment rights. This sort of service is not going to be affordable. Try contacting the Indigent Defense Services to see if there is a legal aid department.
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