Meek Mill’s lawyers — Brian McMonagle and Joe Tacopina — are calling out Judge Genece Brinkley.

Back in February, they filed a Post-Conviction Release Act (PCRA) after learning Meek’s arresting officer, Reginald Graham, was flagged on the list of allegedly corrupt Philadelphia cops.

Subsequently, several more Philly natives who believed they were wrongly convicted filed PCRAs. On Friday (April 20), Judge Sheila Woods-Skipper reviewed three of the cases related to Graham and granted the release of three people without a hearing.

According to a press release, McMonagle and Tacopina are “furious” because Brinkley is making Meek sit in jail for two more months until his scheduled PCRA hearing on June 18.

Brinkley also refused to grant him immediate bail earlier this week despite the District Attorney’s Office agreeing Meek should get a new trial.

“Today’s quick and decisive action by Judge Woods-Skipper to immediately dismiss three cases upon agreement from the District Attorney’s office without the need for a hearing highlights the injustice and inequitable treatment being visited upon Meek,” McMonagle said in a statement sent to HipHopDX. “As was expressed in court on Monday to Judge Brinkley, there is no reason to delay Meek’s case for 60 days or to hold a hearing as the District Attorney agrees that a new trial is warranted.”

Although the Wins & Losses rapper wasn’t one of the three to get released, he’s happy for the three who did.

“I am thankful that three people’s cases were dismissed by Judge Woods-Skipper after the DA took the exact position that he took in my case, which is agreed to PCRA-relief,” Meek said in a statement. “All these cases involved Reginald Graham and there are another 105 cases that just filed PCRAs with the same corrupt cop. Although my case was the first filed and the DA agreed to my new trial, the judge in my case decided it should wait for a hearing until June 18 yet the other three cases didn’t need a hearing.”

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