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Was the AGs office the opposing party on appeal?
Yes that is correct.
Then they are likely to do what the AG asked. There is still a chance, 25% or less, that they will do something else but a new trial is the most likely result. The chances for a reverse and render are almost 0 in a case where you represented yourself.
Is there any possibility they will give a higher sentence than the judge recommended which was 3 months in jail?
That is extremely unlikely. It usually isn't even a possibility but to know that woudl require a complete examination of the record.
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