It would be difficult. You would have to file a post conviction relief action. In such an action you cannot argue the same facts that existed at the time of the charge. You had a right to a trial at that time. You must have something new that is compelling such as new evidence, prosecutorial misconduct, juror misconduct or ineffective assistance of counsel.
I updated my posting, and was wondering if anything newly-revealing stood out. Also, I waived my right to a jury trial on the basis of saving myself more time to-be-served upon a conviction that was promising to be a "slam-dunk" by the Assistant US Attorney. My federal public defender advised me that with the evidence recovered I would most likely be found guilty anyway, whether by a judge or a jury. What I'm wondering is would the evidence and/or the warrant go to the "fruit of a poisionous tree" issue and thereby be deemed inadmissable "after the fact" even though the warrant produced convictable evidence, based on the warrant being issued because of "perjured testimony" or "false witness" from the informant.
I am afraid I have unwelcome news.
All of the defenses you raise presently,including challenges to the warrant, were available at the time that the charges were filed. It is not "new" evidence that was previously unavailable. As a result, your challenge had to be made at that time. You cannot come back years later and seek post conviction relief by collaterally attacking the same evidence that was available previously.
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