Meek Mill’s legal team filed a Post-Conviction Relief Act petition which has led to the judge granting him an appeal hearing.
You read that correctly: Meek Mill is getting an appeal hearing.
The Philadelphia rapper’s legal team filed what’s called a PCRA petition, or better yet, a Post-Conviction Relief Act petition, in Pennsylvania. This is his latest attempt to get his sentence turned over and released from jail. In the petition, and as we reported yesterday, two colleagues of Officer Reginald Graham — Jerold Gibson and Jeffery Walker — confirm the officer lied about Meek’s original 2007 arrest.