Yes one can hire a personal attorney and have the public defender file a withdrawal, with the new attorney substituting in;
a plea agreement can be breached- meaning that either the prosecutor or the defendant essentially changes their mind. If the defendant breaches it, the prosecutor will typically ask the court to revoke the plea, and the process will begin anew. The defendant can also formally withdraw the plea, and it is up to the judge whether to accept it.
This is called a "change of plea" and is typically done before the judge signs off on it.
A private attorney is usually encouraged in criminal matters because they tend to have more time to invest in the case.
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