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Meek Mill Parole Restricts Him From Picking Up Son From School

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Meek Mill Shares Parole Restrictions During In New Clip 

Meek Mill was arrested in 2008 on gun and drug charges, he was placed on five years probation which was later extended. He kept himself out of trouble until he was arrested again for minor violation.
Meek Mill was sentenced to 2- 4 years imprisonment but was later freed after spending 6 months in jail.

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Meek Mill is into court today to argue that his 2008 trial should be tossed for being bias. His battle with the judge in that case has been well-documented, as he’s accused her of having a bias against him. 
On Tuesday morning, Meek’s full interview with Gayle King for CBS This Morning will air, and the rapper will talk about the injustice he and millions of others face at the hands of the system.
Meek shared that he has to get permission to go anywhere outside of his local area. “Even if it’s to the next county over. If it’s out of the city, if you don’t ask for permission, you could get the rest of your probation time given to you as jail time legally.” 
He said picking up his son from school was an impossible feat. “My son lived in New Jersey, but I lived in Philadelphia, and the bridge is a 15-minute ride. It’s just a bridge.
I couldn’t go get my son from school when I wanted to, ’cause you know, some days I would get off work early. I would just have a free day, and I would just want to pop up at my son’s school and get him from school. I’d been out of town for two weeks in a row workin’. Can’t really do it.”
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