Meek Mill's Docuseries Explores 'Injustice' of Rapper's Arrest, Broken Probation System — Watch Trailer

TVLine | 6/23/2019 | Ryan Schwartz
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Those tuned into Sunday’s BET Awards got a first glimpse at Amazon’s Free Meek, a new docuseries that “chronicles Meek Mill’s fight for exoneration in his legal case while exposing the broader flaws of the U.S. criminal justice system.”

Free Meek — which counts Jay Z among its executive producers — was borne from Meek Mill’s November 2017 arrest. The rapper was sentenced to two-to-four years in prison after he was arrested for popping a wheelie in New York City. Although that charge was ultimately dismissed, Judge Genece Brinkley sent him to prison in Pennsylvania for other technical probation violations, marking the second time she incarcerated him for probation violations.

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