You can always file a motion and ask for the matter to be reduced nunc pro tunc. Every jurisdiction is different but in most places you will be facing an uphill fight. You would need a very good reason to have a Judge consider a reduction.
It is possible depending on the court and the prosecutor however it is very difficult to get a plea withdrawn. If you are interested in doing so you will need a good criminal defense attorney to file the appropriate paperwork and try to get the court on board. As the other attorney indicated this is an uphill battle but in my experience it may be possible.
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