Meek Mill is still seeking justice. Yesterday, his fans rallied in front of Philadelphia’s Juanita Kidd Stout Center for Criminal Justice while Meek Mill and his attorneys waited to see if a retrial for his 2008 drug and gun case would be granted. The request for a retrial stems after recent evidence indicated police corruption and false testimony from the arresting, now former officer, Reginald V. Graham.

NBC News reports, after two hours of hearing arguments, Judge Genece Brinkley, who has a well-known history of vendetta against the rapper, has postponed her decision to June 30. Meek Mill is also requesting to have Judge Brinkley removed from the case entirely. Back in April, Meek Mill was released after serving 5 months for probation violation, which Brinkley severely ordered.