According to TMZ, Meek Mill’s attorney, Joe Tacopina is filing a motion to have a new judge assigned to Meek’s case, and will also be filing and official complaint with the judicial conduct board.
Meek and his attorney seem to think the judge has a personal vendetta against him because in the past, the judge wanted Meek to do a Boyz II Men song with a shout out to the judge, but Meek declined to do it.
Tacopina says that Meek will also apply to Pennsylvania’s Board of Pardons, but that seems like a long shot given the process averages a three-year time span at the least.
There has also been a petition going around, wanting the Bureau of Prisons and Tom Wolf, the Governor of Pennsylvania, to remedy Meek’s “unjust 2-4 year prison sentence”. The petition now has 300,000+ signatures but seems to be a long shot to have any sort of weight going forward.
Due to an enormously grave miscarriage of justice, we ask you to read and sign the petition for @MeekMill on @Change.org: https://t.co/6002Oldkg5 #FreeMeekMill #Justice4Meek
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