Meek Mill is no longer a convicted felon. A Pennsylvania appeals court has decided to throw out the rapper’s 2008 conviction in a drug and gun case, citing new evidence of police corruption. He’s been granted a new trial, and prosecutors might even drop the case altogether. Meek Mill is also no longer on probation, thanks to a new ruling by the Pennsylvania Superior Court.
The opinion reads: “We conclude the after-discovered evidence is of such a strong nature and character that a different verdict will likely result at a retrial.”
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