Meek Mill is back in court trying to lift his conviction of over a decade ago Who's on the bench? A whole new group of judges.
The Philadelphia-based rapper arrives in Pennsylvania's Supreme Court on Tuesday, demanding that his 2008 conviction for gun and drug allegations be dropped on the basis of inferior evidence, initially used by a police officer known since then is cheated .
Not only that, but the Procuratorate has also advised him to initiate a new trial. In late 2017, he was thrown back in jail for several months .
You will remember … Genece Brinkley The judge who initially sent Meek to jail all those years sent him back to the Slammer in November 2017 after finding out that he had violated his parole – sentenced him to 2 to 4 years in prison … an incredibly harsh punishment.
Meek's attorney believes that this is due to a long-standing revenge that the judge has against the rapper … in part because he laughed at her previous suggestion that he make a remake of Boyz II Men & # 39; s make "On Bended Knee" and yell at her.
After much public outcry and petitions from resettlers in and around the city … Meek was finally released much to the dismay of Judge Brinkley.
Fortunately for him, she does not hear his request this time – Meek faces a jury that will decide whether the OG case of 2008 was legitimate or not.