My question involves criminal law for the state of: North Carolina. I am looking into filing a Motion for Post-conviction relief for someone convicted 16 years ago. I live in another state. No attorney in NC will even call me back. The person I am looking to file for was convicted of multiple crimes in 1992 as a result of a plea bargain. He was lied to in the offer. The plea included crimes he wasn't guilty of. He took the plea because they told him he would only get 10 years. Now, 16 years later, he still has 20 years before coming eligible for parole. I would like to help him get the charges taken off that he is not guilty of. He does not have a problem with paying his debt to society for what he did. It is the other three charges that he has a problem with. Where would I get one of these forms and how do I go about filing one and where would I file it? Any help on this matter would be appreciated.