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I was reading in the law library about the non-statutory motion to vacate is treated as a writ for coram nobis by the California supreme court, but the author argued that the non-statutory motion to vacate was the only judicial mechanism for remedying a Constitutional defect out-of-time. I didn't know you could write, "Non-statutory motion to vacate plea" on a motion, but looks like some people have, but the California Supreme Court still treats it like coram nobis and denies on IAC.
Does this happen in other states?