Meek Mill Takes A Deal Over Illegal Dirt Bike Charge In New York

Meek Mill avoided jail time in a pretty outrageous case involving a dirtbike in New York.

(AllHipHop News) Philly rapper Meek Mill has been sentenced to community service after he was arrested in Manhattan over the summer.

The incident started on August 16, after Meek uploaded a video to his Instagram account featuring him riding a dirt bike with no helmet.

Meek was arrested over 24 hours later and hit with reckless endangerment charges.

According to TMZ.com, Meek has cut a deal with the D.A.’s office which will allow the charge to be expunged from his record if he can stay out of trouble for the next six months.

Meek was also sentenced to 30 hours of community service, 20 of which have already been completed.

Meek may have accepted a plea, but the rapper maintained his innocence through his lawyer, who issued a statement on behalf of his client shortly after the rapper was arrested in Manhattan. occurred.

“It really stinks of obvious targeting an individual who is a celebrity and maybe who law enforcement don’t like, and it’s not what the system is supposed to be about," Meek’s lawyer Joseph Tacopina said.

Dis dude aint never getting off probation

He has to stay out of any trouble for 6 months. Conditional probation even means no traffic tickets.

It really is indicative of the New York City District Attorney's heavy-handedness as they prosecuted someone who confessed on the Internet to a very minor crime. He endangered himself, was the only person that he endangered.

You would think District Attorney Vance would have better ways to spend their resources, with all of the financial crimes that go unprosecuted in New York City. It is perfectly legal in NYC to commit financial racketeering by literally stealing the assets of a corporation, such as Panera Bread who got jacked twice by professional financial criminals, Shamrock and Luxor. But maybe financial crimes are too complicated for District Attorney Vance to pursue. It is a lot easier to convict a black man who admitted in public that he illegally endangered his own health and safety.

The NYC (and NYS) criminal justice system needs to be trashed and rebuilt with some conscious deliberate intelligence as it has simply become a simple-minded dinosaur designed to serve the few at the expense of the many.