You have a short time period to file a motion to vacate your guilty plea and request an alternative to a conviction.
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Getting them back should not be your goal right now. It appears that someone told you to write a letter to the judge asking for a withhold. If you think that will work, then do it. In reality, the judge probably does not read letters from people like that. You should seek the advice of the attorney who represented you in the court case. If you didn't have one, this is part of the problem for you. Now the dmv has apparently habitualized you. I guess HBO does not mean home box office. You do not have to be with knowledge, they just have to send the notice. Whether you get it or not is another matter. Good luck.