Meek Mill will have an opportunity to have a 2007 conviction overturned, this time without having to face his legal nemesis, Judge Genence Brinkley. In July, the Philadelphia rapper and his legal team will attempt to state their case that the original conviction gets vacated in front of the Pennsylvania Superior Court.
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Bill Cosby will learn his fate at some point today as his sentencing for aggravated indecent assault from a 2004 case goes to trial in Pennsylvania. Now 81, Cosby’s team will mount a serious defense for their client as prosecutors push to put the man behind bars.
Meek Mill and his legal team have been hard at work in their attempts to have Judge Genece Brinkley removed from the rapper’s case citing she has a possible grudge against him. After filing several motions for a change of judge, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court was split on the matter which ensures Judge Brinkley will […]
A group of Black women golfers attempted to enjoy a day at the course of the Pennsylvania golf club they belong to, only to be met with what they’re reporting as harassment and possible discrimination. However, the women were confronted by white golfers that said they were holding up the game progress, asking them to […]
While far from over, Meek Mill‘s legal ordeal seems to be making positive progress towards his freedom. The Philadelphia DA filed a motion with the state Supreme Court backing its stance that it will not stand in opposition to the rapper being freed on bail as he continues to fight his probation violation case.
After Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner said he would not attempt to block Meek Mill‘s release on bail last week, Gov. Tom Wolf of Pennsylvania also threw support behind the rapper.
A petition has been launched to have Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf take a hard look at Meek Mill's recent probation violation case.
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