My wife was arrested on a warrant a court date was given court date was terminated and she-transfered to a facility without having her day in court for the warrant that was issued she is now currently serving her original sentence in which I would like to take her plea back of guilty on that sentence in which I want to know what motion to file for that reason also
If you are not an attorney licensed in Ohio, you cannot file anything. That is the unauthorized practice of law and you could be charged with a crime. She can file the motions herself as she is the defendant. It is most likely to late to file any motion to withdraw her plea. Contact a local attorney to determine how she was sentenced without a hearing.
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My colleague is correct. You need to hire an attorney to file the Motion for your wife. Non attorney cannot file Motions for others. Your wife possibly could file a pro se motion but I would advise that she hire an attorney.
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