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Meek Mill To Be Released From Prison

Rapper Meek Mill will be released from prison Tuesday, his lawyer Brian McMonagle told CBS News. McMonagle said the Pennsylvania Supreme Court has ordered the rapper’s immediate release and the state’s highest court directed the judge to release him on “unsecured bail.” It’s unclear how soon he would get out. The 30-year-old rapper, whose real name is […]

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Meek Mill Rang The Ceremonial Bell Before 76Ers’ Playoff Win

Philadelphia-born rapper Meek Mill attended an NBA playoff game in his first public appearance since being released from prison while he appeals decade-old gun and drug convictions. Following a five-month campaign by his supporters to get him out, the state Supreme Court on Tuesday directed a Philadelphia judge who had jailed him to immediately issue […]

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Here’s Why Meek Mill Will Finally Be Released From Prison

The rapper could be a free man within the hour. On November 6, Meek Mill was sentenced to two to four years in prison for a probation violation (he got into a fight at St. Louis Lambert International Airport in March 2017). The 30-year-old rapper had been on  probation since he was 21 years old after being convicted on […]

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Meek Mill Is Thankful Three Inmates Incarcerated by His Corrupt Arresting Officer Have Been Freed

Meek Mill is currently waiting for a new hearing that will decide his future to begin, but it appears others who are in a similar situation have received some good news. It’s been revealed today (April 20) that three inmates who were arrested by corrupt cop Reginald Graham, the same officer who arrested Meek Mill, have been freed […]

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Philly DA’s Office: Meek Mill Should Get A New Trial

Meek Mill is one step closer to freedom. The Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office said Monday that due to questions about the credibility of his arresting officer, the imprisoned rapper’s decade-old conviction on gun and drug charges should be vacated and he should be granted a new trial. The recommendation, disclosed by Assistant District Attorney Liam […]

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Philadelphia Eagles Release CB Daryl Worley

A new Eagles player is suddenly not a player, but out of a job. The team released newly-signed Cornerback Daryl Worley after he was arrested. It was six Sunday morning along Broad and Pattison, say sources, when police noticed a vehicle partially blocking the road. Recently acquired Philadelphia Eagle Daryl Worley was arrested overnight, according […]

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Philly DA Larry Krasner Won’t Oppose Meek Mill’s Release From Prison

The Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office said Wednesday that it would not oppose Meek Mill’s release from prison on bail because it has questions about whether the rapper’s conviction from a decade ago would withstand his most recent appeal efforts. In a motion filed in Common Pleas Court, prosecutors said, “There is a strong showing of […]

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Meek Mill Lawyers Say Brinkley, Peruto Improperly Handled Court Transcript

The eight-page motion references Judge Genece Brinkley’s decision to hire Philadelphia attorney A. Charles Peruto Jr. and contends that Brinkley may have improperly made public a key transcript in the case that had been under seal since February 2016. Imprisoned hip-hop star Meek Mill has renewed his call for Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas Judge […]

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Firm Defeats Statutory Employer Defense, Wins Large Award for Injured Union Worker

McMonagle, Perri, McHugh & Mischak won a large cash settlement for a union worker who was injured while working at a chemical plant in Philadelphia. The worker was badly burned when a caustic chemical dripped on her face. Workplace injury cases can be challenging and complex, as companies often argue that the worker contributed to […]

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Cosmo DiNardo In Court, May Still Face Death Penalty In Bucks County Murders

By: David Spunt, CBS Philly December 13, 2017 BUCKS COUNTY, Pa. (CBS) – The cousins charged in the brutal murders of four menat a bucks county farm will be in court Thursday for their formal arraignment. The suspects are now facing pressure to cooperate, even after authorities say Cosmo Dinardo admitted to shooting and burying the men. […]

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