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Post conviction relief can be used to vacate a conviction and/or seek a new trial. However, the basis for doing so is taxing. It generally requires that there is: (1) new evidence; (2) juror misconduct; (3) prosecutorial misconduct; (3) recantation by witnesses; (4) judicial misconduct; (5) ineffective assistance of counsel.
If nothing has changed, there is no basis for such a motion. Negotiations for a lesser offense or for a charge reduction after a certain period of time (often called a Stay of Imposition) would have had to occur before the plea was entered and made a part of the sentence.
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