Meek Mill's Second Appeal Shot Down As Superior Court Upholds Prison
(AllHipHop News) Meek Mill's request for freedom has been denied once again.
Last Friday (December 1), Judge Genece Brinkley issued a ruling justifying her decision to send Meek back to prison for 2-4 years, over a series of probation violations from a 2008 drug and gun case.
Judge Brinkley labeled Meek a "danger to the community," due to failed drug tests, a fight in a St. Louis airport, travelling witbout permisson and issues with his actual address.
Meek's lawyers immediately appealed the verdict to Superior Court, on Monday (December 4) of this week.
Yesterday (December 6), Superior Court, upheld Judge Brinkley's ruling.
Meek's lawyers request to remove the judge from his case was case was shot down, despite a series of strange requests that are being investigated by the F.B.I.
Meek's lawyers maintains Judge Brinkley has a vendetta against the rapper, because he refused to leave Roc Nation management, in addition to laughing off her request to record a tribute song in her honor.
Meek's lawyers have vowed to exhaust the appeals process to try and win back the rapper's freedom.