Meek Mill – Psychic Prediction for Court Battle
My Psychic Prediction is that Meek Mills will stay incarcerated and will lose all legal battles pertaining to this case.
Here is the background second to second on Meek’s legal case.
Mill is arrested in Philadelphia, charged with assault, drug and gun possession. According to a criminal complaint, he pointed a firearm at a police officer and was forcibly subdued.
Mill is convicted of charges including simple assault, possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, possession of a loaded weapon.
He is sentenced to 11½ to 23 months behind bars, seven years of probation. Common Pleas Judge Genece Brinkley says the term was “considerably shorter” than it could have been. She writes that the court wanted to “give him an opportunity to turn his life around from selling drugs and instead focus on his musical talent.”
Mill is released from jail after five months and paroled under house arrest. He is given permission to work but is also ordered to earn a high school equivalency diploma and undergo drug treatment.
On multiple occasions, he tests positive for marijuana and opioid use but is not held to be in violation of the terms of his release.
He is found to be in technical violation for testing positive for opioid use but is not jailed.
After a court date is rescheduled several times because of Mill’s “unavailability and failure to communicate with his attorney,” Brinkley writes in a court document, his travel outside Philadelphia is suspended.
He violates probation again, this time for failing to report to his probation officer, making unauthorized travel plans and ignoring the court’s orders. He is returned to jail for about five months and given an additional five years of probation.
Mill is back in court for his fourth hearing for violations. Authorities say he didn’t report to his probation officer, disobeyed travel restrictions and submitted a sample of cold water for a urine test. A lab technician testifies that Mill told him that the sample was cold because he drank a lot of water. His then-girlfriend, Nicki Minaj, testifies on his behalf. Mill’s attorney says his work in the entertainment business makes it hard for the rapper to comply with orders restricting his travel. Sentencing was scheduled for February.
He is sentenced to 90 days house arrest and is required to do community service.
NOV. 6, 2017:
Brinkley sentences Mill to two to four years in prison for violating probation. She cites a failed drug test, failure to comply with an order restricting his travel and two other unrelated arrests — one in St. Louis for a fight in an airport where charges against him were later dropped and the other for reckless driving in New York City where he took a dismissal deal.
“You basically thumbed your nose at me,” she says.
The prosecutor and his probation officer recommended that he not be imprisoned.
Meek Mill admits to the violations but says jailing him would likely end his musical career. “I may have made a mistake but I never had the intention of disrespecting you,” he said.
Mill’s lawyers file appeals to have him freed on bail, and ask judge to recuse herself. They allege Brinkley has made the case personal and has assumed an “essentially prosecutor” role.
NOW TODAY – 12/5/17
Meek Mill will not be free in his latest attempt, as the judge has denied his request for bail.
His lawyers have argued that the judge shows “enormous bias,” including acting “inappropriately” by asking Meek to drop his current management, Roc Nation, and sign with local music mogul Charlie Mack.
The lawyers have also accused Brinkley of once asking the rapper to do a remix of “On Bended Knee” by Boyz II Men and to give her a shout out, a request that Meek refused, possibly resulting in his stiffening sentencing.
Those allegations have prompted a FBI investigation.
This latest ruling by the judge has prompted Meek’s lawyer Joe Tacopina to once again call out Brinkley, saying that the decision “continues her long pattern of unfair treatment” of his client Meek Mill.