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This is just an overview of the process. There are several other grounds for filing a Motion to Vacate Sentence, which is beyond the scope of this summary. And there is a federal counterpart to the Florida law, which can be found at Title 28 United States Code §2254 and §2255. That United States law requires that a Motion to Vacate Sentence be filed within one year of the date when the conviction became final, creating a conflict between the Florida and federal laws. It takes an experienced criminal defense lawyer to properly advise you as to how to proceed when it comes to post-conviction motions.

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