(AllHipHop News) Meek Mill's 10-year battle for justice in the Philadelphia court system has finally come to an end.
In July, the rapper's 2008 sentence for gun and drug possession was overturned and Meek was granted a new trial due to police corruption and improper actions by the judge overseeing his probation, Judge Genece Brinkley.
The "Dreams and Nightmares" hitmaker was in court today (August 27), where he pleaded guilty to a single count of illegal possession of a firearm.
Prosecutors opted not to put the rapper on trial again, after Reginald Graham, the cop who originally arrested him, was accused of corruption in a case that rocked the Philadelphia Police Department.
Meek celebrated the win and thanked some of his key supporters, including billionaire entrepreneur, Michael Rubin.
Meek's parole has also been vacated and now he is no longer in the clutches of the justice system, in an amazing turn of events in favor of the rap star.