Meek Mill was acquitted of drug and firearm charges in 2008
Thanks to Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf, Meek Mill was officially pardoned after his 2008 arrest!
The rapper “Dreams & Nightmares” shared the good news via Instagram on Thursday, and the pardon is specifically related to the drug and gun charges he was convicted of 15 years ago.
Through Wolf’s decision, Meek Mill was able to completely remove the matter from his criminal record. To express her gratitude, Meek pledges to “do more for [his] community.”
Also, on Twitter, he seems to stay positive, as Meek noted, “I feel like good things are coming!!!!!”
I feel good things are coming to me!!!!!
– MeekMill (@MeekMill) January 12, 2023
Regarding his promise to “do more” for Philadelphia, fans will know that Meek has long been dedicated to helping his community. From partnering with Kevin Hart and donating $7 million to private school scholarship To provide 500,000 USD Among the Christmas gifts, Meek Mill has already that guy!
Meek Mill overturned its 2008 beliefs in 2019
While on the topic of drug and gun convictions, we should note that the matter was turned over in 2019 and Meek was finally granted new jurisdiction, NBC News report.
It was noted, however, that “the evidence discovered subsequently was of such a strong nature and character that another ruling would likely lead to a retrial.” Some of this evidence is related to “reliability issues” with the witness staff.
Governor Tom Wolf has been pardoned
Meek Mill is just one of many people who have been pardoned by Wolf since he took office in 2015. In fact, according to Mr. ABC Philadelphia, To go. Wolf pardoned 2,540 people during his time in office—more than double the previous state record.
Of the work, Wolf notes, “Every Pennsylvanian who has made it through this process truly deserves a second chance.”
“I have taken this process very seriously—reviewing and thinking carefully about each and every one of these 2,540 pardons and the lives they will impact. Every Pennsylvanian who has made it through this process truly deserves a second chance and I am honored to be given that opportunity.”
Thanks to Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf for forgiving Meek Mill, and we continue to wish the rapper his best!