After reading the details, I doubt that he has much of a chance. But when you are trying to get out of forty years and a day, I guess you start scraping the bottom of the barrel. This even seems a little more then that, and he is acting as his own lawyer now. I am assuming the best he can get out of this is another trial, but I can see the Judge seeing this all as a waste of time.
The plea is around that he believes that he was acting on the behalf of the Secret Service while committing the crimes, and also he had an agreement to have his three charges combined. Only two of the three where, and he ended up with two sentences instead of one.