Meek Mill's Conviction Overturned
As Meek Would Say, Ain't This What Ya'll Been Waiting FOR? A Pennsylvania appeals court overturned rapper Robert Rihmeek Williams known as Meek Mill's conviction in a drug and gun case. These cases has kept Meek on probation for a decade. He's been the face for celebrity criminal justice reform. The three unanimous judge opinion granted him a new trial because the evidence was alleged corrupted by police. If the case is retired is would most likely be acquitted. Common Pleas Judge Genece Brinkley is the one who kept Meek on probation for 10 years. Williams is currently 32 and was charged at the age of 19 in 2007. He become the face of criminal justice reform in 2017 when was sent back to prison by Brinkley. Williams is now a free man and can be the best father, son, friend, and artist he can be without limitations. In the words of Meek Mill "Hold Up Wait A Minute, Y'all Thought I Was FINISHED? He is now in business with his mentor Jay-Z as they've created a new record label called Dream Chasers Records. Williams is now the co-owner of Lids Sports Apparel Company. Meek Mill also has a documentary series coming out on Amazon Prime called Free Meek follows the untold story of what really happened from the incident in 2007 to now.