We revealed on Monday that the Feds have taken an interest in Meek's case after Judge Brinkley made a series of freaky requests including that he drop his current management, Roc Nation, and sign with Philly-born manager Charlie Mack. Meek's team also requested "the recusal of Judge [Genece] Brinkley from considering and ruling on that motion and from any further adjudicator role in this case", court documents state.
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He's requesting to be granted time served. and released from prison. Undercover FBI agents have been attending hearings for Meek's case since previous year and are looking into a possible connection between the judge and Mack. Even Meek's probation officer testified he's responded well to probation. according to the docs. Among the examples cited was the judge suggesting Mill record a version of the Boyz II Men song "On Bended Knee" and specifically mention the judge in it.
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As reported by Page Six, Meek's attorney has publicly claimed that the judge showed "enormous bias" against the rapper and acted "inappropriately" by repeatedly asking him to drop his current management, Roc Nation, and sign with Philly music figure Charlie Mack, whom Meek worked with early in his career. Brinkley was Mill's judge in 2009.
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The sentence left lawyers for both the defence and prosecution stunned, and now Mill's attorneys Brian McMonagle and Joe Tacopina have filed a motion to appeal the jail term and ask for the rapper's probation to come to an end, they confirmed to Billboard.com on Wednesday (15Nov17).