Meek Mill is one happy young man.
After being thrown back in jail for violating his probation with a tentative two to four years jail time, Meek Mill is once again a free man.
Reports have it that according to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s official order, Meek has an allegedly corrupt police officer who reportedly served as a “critical witness” in Meek’s original gun and drugs case, to thank for his release.
According to the reports, prosecutors were not against Meek being released and were also instrumental.
Overruling Judge Genece Brinkley, the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania finally made the decision.
Meek was, only last week, denied bail by Judge Brinkley with a new hearing fixed for 60 days after.
What a difference a couple of days can make, however, he is not fully out of the woods.
The justices have reportedly released Meek with no bail while awaiting the hearing to possibly dismiss the conviction altogether.
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