Meek Mill Attorney Files Motion To Toss Out Sentence

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Meek Mill‘s attorney has filed legal docs for his controversial sentence to be thrown out. Meek Mill previously violated his probation in 2015 and was placed on three months house arrest for it. The Dreamchaser rapper’s attorney, Joe Tacopina, also argued in both motion that the two arrests earlier this year that the artist was found guilty of violating his probation were all dismissed from his record. Since Judge Genece Brinkley handed down the sentencing last week, the Philly rapper has been fighting for his freedom and his supporters have been outraged about it. One time in March when he allegedly got into a scuffle at the St. In his legal docs, Meek is arguing that the 2-4 years sentence is tainted by a vendetta that the judge has against him. Louis airport, which he says he was breaking up a fight, and another time during the summer when he was arrested in New York City for popping a wheelie in the street on his motorcycle. According to the judge, the MC violated the terms of his probation by getting arrested twice this year. Meek Mill is currently serving 2-4 years in a state prison for probation violation. His probation officer also testified that he has responded well to probation. Regarding getting his probation be terminated all entire, that will be a long shot, but the rapper argued that since going on probation, he has matured, become a responsible citizen and a father, and also acquired a profession as a musician. TMZ reported that Meek Mill does not just want his sentencing to be overturned, he also wants his entire probation to be terminated. His attorney argued that the judge is carrying an old grudge and even once okayed him to work with a convicted felon, Charlie Mack. The prosecutor and his probation officer both recommend no prison time for this case, but the judge ignored their recommendation and sentenced him to 2-4 years. The rapper also filed a motion to have the judge booted from the case. He also wants a judge to grant him time served and release him from prison.