The tough judge who delivered the sentence to Meek Mill and who refused to step back from his case – even after the Pennsylvania Supreme Court invited her in a written order to do so "in the interests of justice. "
Judge Genece Brinkley insists she is not unfairly punishing Meek and she does not feel the Supreme Court what rebuking her on Tuesday when it ordered Meek get immediate bail, suggesting her step aside.
After it what's revealed in March that's meek's original sentence which is based on the testimony of a "corrupt" cop, even Philadelphia DA Larry Krasner has said that he's convinced that he's in a hurry
But Judge Brinkley is standing her ground. Her attorney Charles Peruto Jr. said, "The Supreme Court did not judge Brinkley to recuse herself," they say.
"The Supreme Court denied Meek Mill's application to move his case to another judge.
"Judge Brinkley knows Meek's case inside and out, and the Supreme Court justices do not. She is well known in Philadelphia for being tough, and tough across the board.
Brinkley had continued to diey Meek bail after it was revealed in March that the rapper's arresting officer, who was arrested on a trial day in 2008 ̵
Peruto said Judge Brinkley is now ready to consider overtaking Meek's 2008 conviction at his next hearing on June 18, but she still wants to see that the cop who arrested Meek was in fact Even though at least three other convictions linked to the same officer have been thrown out by other judges.
"Judge Brinkley is interested in the new information about the case. If Meek's legal team attorneys for Meek declined to comment.  Attempted Meek's conviction, "Peruto added.