Judge Won't Remove Herself From Meek Mill's Case Despite Supreme Court Overruling

Anna Jefferson
April 27, 2018

Meek Mill is still "in a daze" after being released from prison on Tuesday, April 24. Previously, the presiding Judge Genece Brinkley resisted Meek Mill's release citing that the ruling had been "fair and just", but now that Meek is a free man, it'd be interesting to hear her thoughts. The state of mind required to survive in that kind of environment can leave ex-prisoners confused after they get out.

Before Mill's release, a judge chose to throw out the convictions of three other men that Bridge represented.

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The chat opens up with Meek, looking visibly at peace, remarking on the fact he hasn't had much sleep since being freed and how going back to the "real world" felt like a "culture shock" to him. Last November, the rapper was arrested for violating probations over drug and gun possession charges that were made nearly ten years ago, when Mill was only 21. I'm 30 now. And me, I pray. I believe God is my first lawyer. The state's supreme court finally granted him bail on Tuesday after his case brought to attention how parole can turn into a vicious cycle.

"No, I don't feel free", Mill told Holt during the broadcast.

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"I understand that many people of colour across the country don't have that luxury and I plan to use my platform to shine a light on those issues", Mill wrote on Twitter. "Being in this position, I've got a lot of responsibility, I've got a lot of important people depending on me". The sentence was two to four years in prison, this sparked outrage from activist and supporters such as Jay-Z, T.I, Rick Ross and the 76srs co owner Michael Rubin. "I immediately said a quick prayer, and got ready to go", Mill told the publication.

'In the meantime, I plan to work closely with my legal team to overturn this unwarranted conviction and look forward to reuniting with my family and resuming my music career, ' he said.

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The rapper wore a Joel Embiid jersey and sat courtside during the game. He rang the opening bell before the National Basketball Association play-off game.

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