Rapper Meek Mill and the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office both want Philadelphia Judge Genece Brinkley removed from the hip-hop star’s high-profile case, and it appears that at least one Pennsylvania Superior Court judge is ready to rule that way.

On Tuesday, attorneys for the embattled hip-hop star argued before a three-judge Superior Court panel in what marked the rapper’s latest efforts to overturn a more than 10-year-old conviction on gun and drug charges.

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