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Judge Agrees Kodak Black's Criminal History Was Exaggerated

2,800 views | June 10, 2020 | News | By hiphopallaround

Kodak Black could very well be removed from the maximum-security prison where he is currently serving time after his federal firearms conviction last year. Yesterday, Monday (June, 8), a judge signed a motion agreeing that his criminal history used against him for his conviction in 2019 was exaggerated. Bradford Cohen, a legal rep for Kodak Black filed an order last month, stating that the rapper pleaded guilty "to a two-count indictment charging him with making a false statement in connection with the acquisition or attempted acquisition of a firearm."


The first motion also states that now with the court deducting two-points, lowering Kodak's categorization, the Bureau of Prison still disregarded the information disclosed in court and instead went by the PSI report. "The reason why we filed a Rule 46—Motion to Correct Clerical Error—is because, in the PSI, which is a Presentence Investigation Report, it listed his prior criminal history as a category level three, which obviously is more serious than a one, two, three is worse," Kodak's legal rap stated. Watch it down below.



Federal Judge Moreno, has granted my motion on @kodakblack and states that the criminal history category 3 was overstated. This coupled with the dismissal of the Miami case, should allow #kodakblack to be moved to an appropriate prison where he can get treatement and not be 1100 miles away from his family. #prisonreform #MOVEKODAK #justicereform #fairtreatment #greatjudge ....keep up the #movekodak and make sure you let @drrandpaul @senatorrandpaul know there is a 22 year old, convicted of a paperwork crime in a federal max custody in his state.

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Kodak Black could very well be removed from the maximum-security prison where he is currently serving time after his federal firearms conviction last year. Yesterday, Monday (June, 8), a judge signed a motion agreeing that his criminal history used against him for his conviction in 2019 was exaggerated. Bradford Cohen, a legal rep for Kodak Black filed an order last month, stating that the rapper pleaded guilty “to a two-count indictment charging him with making a false statement in connection with the acquisition or attempted acquisition of a firearm.”


The first motion also states that now with the court deducting two-points, lowering Kodak’s categorization, the Bureau of Prison still disregarded the information disclosed in court and instead went by the PSI report. “The reason why we filed a Rule 46—Motion to Correct Clerical Error—is because, in the PSI, which is a Presentence Investigation Report, it listed his prior criminal history as a category level three, which obviously is more serious than a one, two, three is worse,” Kodak’s legal rap stated. Watch it down below.






Federal Judge Moreno, has granted my motion on @kodakblack and states that the criminal history category 3 was overstated. This coupled with the dismissal of the Miami case, should allow #kodakblack to be moved to an appropriate prison where he can get treatement and not be 1100 miles away from his family. #prisonreform #MOVEKODAK #justicereform #fairtreatment #greatjudge ….keep up the #movekodak and make sure you let @drrandpaul @senatorrandpaul know there is a 22 year old, convicted of a paperwork crime in a federal max custody in his state.

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