Meek's battle with the criminal justice system came to a head in November when he was sentenced to two to four years in prison for a probation violation.
TMZ adds that Meek's lawyers "have ordered a full transcript to show the appeals court the judge was prejudiced". His legal team filed an appeal after Judge Genece Brinkley, who also sentenced him, rejected a similar motion while calling him a "danger to the community".
She also alleged that the rapper "might have lied to the police and his probation officer about his address" and questions "the validity of his clean drug tests".
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Meek's serving his 2 to 4 years at Pennsylvania's SCI Chester. where he's part of the general labor crew, getting his hands very dirty. Meek's legal team filed another motion to a higher court following Brinkley's rejection but his request was once again denied.
Cleaning his cell block, washing dishes, maintaining the upkeep of prison grounds and even cooking and serving food are under his weekly duties.
He's supposedly also on the wait list for therapy courses, and is allowed to use the electrical and carpentry shops.
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