Meek Mill To Request Superior Court Overturn His 2008 Drug & Gun Conviction

Will the 'Championships' album creator finally get off probation after a decade of dealing with the case?

(AllHipHop News) According to reports, Robert "Meek Mill" Williams will appear in Pennsylvania state Superior Court today (July 16). The 32-year-old Philadelphia native is seeking to get his 2008 drug and gun conviction overturned.

Meek got support from Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner. The elected prosecutor filed a motion supporting the rapper's request to get his conviction nullified and assigned a new judge.

The legal defense team has insisted Judge Genece Brinkley is biased against their client. Plus, Brinkley's personal attorney was caught on tape saying, "Defending this judge is becoming difficult. Why doesn't she just grant this f-cking thing? She looks f-cking awful."

Meek responded to that leaked audio. He stated, "Everybody knows what’s going on.... you can’t make this stuff up.... and this the same lawyer that came to see me and discussed my case b4 he became the judges lawyer smh! Come on #philadelphia #pennsylvania I did too much work in my community to be treated like I don’t have rights!"