Contact your state or county bar association and request a referral to an attorney new you.
The market will determine what attorney's in your area charge, along with the usual issues like complexity of the case, experience of the attorney etc. As a practical matter, you may have to pay what you have to pay
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You did great harm to yourself by pleading guilty under oath. You MIGHT have time to attempt to withdraw your plea, but it's an uphill battle. Once that time window closes, a habeas corpus action is all you have.
Go to my website, search for Terms of Court and see if you are still within the same term as your plea.
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