Big Meech Files Petition For Early 2025 Release

Big Meech Files Petition For Early 2025 Release

Big Meech’s lawyer, Brittany K. Barnett, has submitted a petition for his early release, pointing to revised sentencing guidelines and highlighting that he poses no threat to society.

Earlier this week, Barnett filed a motion in the Eastern District of Michigan, aiming for a “retroactive application” of sentencing guidelines.

Initially given a 30-year sentence, Big Meech had it reduced to 27 years (324 months) by U.S. District Judge David M. Lawson in June 2021.

According to HipHopDX, Barnett argued that the former BMF leader, demonstrating exemplary conduct in prison, achieving educational milestones, and staying trouble-free since 2021, deserves credit under U.S.S.G. Amendment 782, making a case for his release by 2025.

“Notably, Federal Bureau of Prisons (B.O.P.) staff observed that ‘Flenory has displayed a dedication to remaining physically fit and has taken it upon himself to lead and teach exercise classes to other inmates,” Barnett explained. “He also leads regular focus groups out of various self-help books and appears to [have] a positive mental health effect of other inmates.”

As of now, there is no ruling from the judge on the matter.

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