My question involves criminal law for the state of: Tennessee-Would like some advice on how to file this motion for an incarcerated indigent individual(post-conviction relief). I have the blank petitions to fill out from the tn.gov website. Statute runs out august 14,2018. Any advice on best way to go about this would be greatly appreciated. Individual pleaded guilty to a criminal possesion w/intent to sale/deliver. Public defender gave only option was to take a 10 year probation sentence(8-30yr. max sentence). A confidential informant in possesion of over 0.5g was released at scene of arrest. Arresting officer at scene told now incarcerated individual that evidence would not be put on her and that she was going to jail for a dui only. Public defender tells now incarcerated individual at hearing, that arresting officer would lie if case went to trial, thereby coercing her to accept a plea of 10 years probation. Other local officers were at scene, which appears to have caused arresting officer to allow confidential informant to not be charged with the 0.5g and released. I believe that so far I see grounds for motion to be: ineffective assistance of counsel, use of illegal evidence, and failure of prosecution to disclose evidence favorable to individual. Any advice at all would be extremely helpful. Thank you.