Meek Mill and his team was allowed to overturn a prior conviction in 2008.
The Pennsylvania Superior Court overturned the trial judge’s parole violation aswell.
“I’d like to thank the Pennsylvania Superior Court judges for their wisdom and transparency in reviewing my case, unanimously overturning my conviction and granting me a new trial,” Meek said in a statement sent to HipHopDX. “The past 11 years have been mentally and emotionally challenging, but I’m ecstatic that justice prevailed.”
This means Meek Mill is no longer on probation and is considered a free citizin.
Jordan Siev, which is Meek Mill attorney was eager for the next court date, he is very confident:
“We’re looking forward to the oral argument before the Superior Court of Pennsylvania and to, hopefully, having Meek’s conviction vacated. In light of the District Attorney’s recent filing, where he supports the granting of a new trial to Meek and the recusal of Judge Brinkley, we hope to have this injustice rectified once and for all.”