Meek Mill 2008 Gun & Drug Charges Thrown Out

Meek Mill 2008 Gun & Drug Charges Thrown Out
Meek Mill music career for over decade old wasn't such electrifying in his living sector. Milly fled off from 2008 beyond misdemeanor charges labeled as gun and drugs, one of the convict that nearly ruin his props and career but Meek finally scored a major victory against those charges.

President Judge Jack A. Panella made the lauded decision on 18 pages reputation even grant the Philly rapper to go for another trial on those charges if the District Attorney’s Office decides to file it again.

Judge Genece Brinkley, the Judge who vehemently fought Meek Mill, oversaw Meek's convicts and gripped on advantage to threat the rapper is now follow the the latest behest decision. Meanwhile Judge Genece Brinkley fully backing off ? and order not to preside over any further proceeding.­MeekMill/status/­1154067293489553408

TMZ‘s sources say that it’s “highly, highly unlikely” that prosecutors will refile the case and retry Meek because the main witness in the case is dirty cop who is not seen as credible. “Williams’ right to be tried before an impartial judge is necessary in this case because the trial judge heard highly prejudicial testimony at the first trial, which was a bench trial, and made credibility determinations in favor of a now discredited witness and against Williams,” Superior Court President Judge Jack Panella said in the judgment.

Meek said on the matter: “I’d like to thank the Pennsylvania Superior Court for overturning my conviction and granting me a new trial. The past 11 years have been mentally and emotionally challenging, but Im glad that justice prevailed and my clean record has been restored.”

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