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On 12/3/2003, I entered into a Guilty-Plea Agreement with the State of Indiana in open court. I have already exhausted all of my State Court and Federal Court remedies; however, I have uncovered new, reliable evidence which was not previously available to me which, in my opinion, may render my plea involuntary and/or unknowing, as follows: I, by way of the FOIA, procured copies of my jail "Medication Administration Record(s)" which show that the county jail officials failed to give me (6) medications - (3) of which were for mental illness - well over one hundred (100) separate times immediately preceding my entering into the Plea. In fact, of the three (3) mind-altering meds for mental illness, the jail failed to give me these 103 times alone prior to entering the Plea. Is this unlawful?What I am asking is this: Since I was incarcerated in this jail for over 2-months prior to entering into the Guilty-Plea Agreement and the jail failed to give me my prescription medications for, among other things, a mental illness, over 100 times prior to the day that I entered into the Plea, could I attempt to withdrawal my guilty-plea, petition the Indiana Court of Appeals to allow me to file a successive petition for post-conviction relief, or ask the US District Court to allow me to file a successive, 28 USC 2255, petition for habeas corpus? Please offer any ideas or suggestions which may help me consider my options. Thank you.