Is Tekashi 6ix9ine Get Time Served Or 37 Years?

HipHop News Posted on December 15, 2019 at 1:41pm

Is Tekashi 6ix9ine Get Time Served Or 37 Years?

On the 18th of December is the day of reckoning for the controversial rapper.

New York, NY – As Tekashi 6ix9ine of the sentencing date inches closer, the speculation surrounding the exact amount of time in jail which in reality is going to receive is rampant.

New York attorney Moe Gangat, who has been following the case closely for months, shared an Instagram post last week indicating that it had seen the legal paperwork suggesting the polarization of rap figure will be out of federal prison on Wednesday (December 18)..centered-ad {

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"Look for Tekashi to get out this Wednesday, December 18, with a sentence of time served," he says in the video clip. "When all is said and done, it is likely that he served something less than a year in a federal prison.

"The way federal sentencing works is the government tells the judge what sentence the person should do. Here, the government has not asked for any phrase. When the government does not ask for a sentence, what we are saying is, time of service, not of conviction


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