the judge overseeing his probation.
In March, lawyers for Meek Mill filed a motion to have the Judge Genece Brinkley removed from overseeing his probation violation case, after she sentenced him to 2-4 years in prison, for breaking the terms of his probation relating to a 2008 firearms case.
Today in court, another judge ruled he did not have the jurisdiction to issue a ruling on their claims. Meek's team is planning on appealing the latest setback to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
The ruling could complicate an upcoming date in front of Judge Genece Brinkley, who will rule whether or not Meek deserves a new trial in June.
Meek, who was granted bail in April, maintains Judge Brinkley has a vendetta against him for refusing to record a tribute song in her honor and ditch Roc Nation management in favor of manager Charlie Mack.
Despite his protests, Judge Brinkley has refused to recuse herself from Meek's case.