On Wednesday, Philadelphia District Attorney filed new documents saying that Meek Mill should get a new trial with a different judge. Judge Genece Brinkley sentenced Meek Mill two to four years in state prison for a “technical violation” during probation. Meek Mill popped a wheelie for a bunch of kids which led to his sentence.
D.A. says Meek serves no threat to the community, and had completed drug treatment and, therefore, deserves another shot in the courtroom.
Jordan Siev who serve as Meek Mill lawyer made a statement:
— Brandon Longo (@brandonlongo) May 22, 2019
Meek needs a new trial. He has been doing positive things in his community. Also is one of the founders of REFORM which is an organization to reduce the number of people who are needlessly trapped in the system.