Nov. 28 - — Pennsylvania Superior Courtroom denied Meek Mill’s emergency motion to be let go on bail Tues. after the rapper was sentenced to 2 to 4 years of time of time in jail.Mill, real name Robert Williams, was sentenced by Philadelphia judicial judge Genece E. Brinkley earlier in Nov. for violating his probation.The 30-year-old was on probation for a 2008 gun charge for which he already served two years of time of time in jail. He was arrested (taken in to custody) twice this yr on misdemeanor charges, which have been after dropped.The emergency bail order was put in to motion by Mill & his legal professionals stating in that Brinkley has not responded to any of Mill’s post-sentencing appeals, Philly.com reported.In a move described as “excellent news” by Mill’s lawyer Peter Goldberger, the appeals courtroom has ordered Brinkley to rule on the bail petition Mill’s legal professionals filed weeks ago & to clarify her reasoning “with out additional delay.”Mill has received support from fans & celebs who’ve found his sentencing to be unfair together with Rev. Al Sharpton who visited Mill on Mon. & publicly sided with the music show star, TMZ reported.
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