Young Thug’s lawyers are trying to dismiss the case over technical details

Young thug‘s attorneys want his RICO case dismissed on a technicality and accuse the district attorney of filing “sham” and “false” grand jury subpoenas as the rap star languishes in Georgia’s Cobb County Jail. The shadow room can report exclusively.

Last Thursday (Nov. 3), Brian Steel of The Steel Law Firm, who is representing Thugger, filed a motion to dismiss all charges against her client, alleging that prosecutors “abused their authority by using a sham grand jury subpoena.”

Thug’s attorney says evidence from a “sham” subpoena for rental cars should be thrown out along with charges against him

Thug, whose real name is Jeffery Williamshad his bond denied this summer and will remain behind bars until at least 2023 when his case is decided.

Essentially, Steel’s motion to dismiss accuses the district attorney of issuing a subpoena in April 2016 to recover a rental car they allege was used in the crimes allegedly committed by Thugger. Steele says the subpoena “was not issued or approved by any judge, clerk or grand jury lawfully or properly constituted.”

“On or about April 8, 2016, the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office abused its powers by using a sham grand jury subpoena and issuing it to Hertz Corporation for rental record information relating to Mr. Jeffery Williams,” the filing reads . “This alleged “grand jury subpoena” was not issued or authorized by any judge, clerk, or lawfully or properly constituted grand jury.”

The filing goes on to say that the “sham” and “false” grand jury subpoena was sent to both Thug and Hertz to force the company to release vital information about a car rented on Thugs’ behalf.

Pictured: a screenshot taken directly from Young Thug's motion to dismiss as received by The Shade Room.
Pictured: a screenshot taken directly from Young Thug’s motion to dismiss, as received by The shadow room.

“Sham, Fake” subpoenas to Thugger, Hertz car rental company over vehicle reportedly used in crime

The vehicle in question was reportedly involved in the RICO case, which had 56 counts against him and other members of Young Slime Life – an off-shoot of the Sex Money Murder blood gang.

“Instead, the district attorney’s office affixed its own seal to a document, giving the false impression that a properly appointed grand jury had issued an official edict compelling Hertz Corporation to comply with the record-production request. The District Attorney’s Office has engaged in egregious wrongdoing and blatant misrepresentation under the power and might of the court.”

The motion adds that “this scheme concocted by the District Attorney’s Office targeted Mr. Williams’ information,” and calls for all information and evidence derived from the two dubious subpoenas to be suppressed and barred from use in judicial proceedings.

If a judge granted Thug’s motion to dismiss, the case against him would theoretically be dropped. It’s unclear how the motion would affect his other 27 co-defendants, which include rapper Gunna.

Pictured: Young Thug and fellow rapper, co-defendant Gunna (inset)

“This outrageous misconduct is an affront to the good order, peace and dignity of our criminal justice system and cannot be tolerated,” the motion said.

Thug’s attorneys ended the motion with a request for a hearing on the matter. No hearing on the matter is scheduled until Tuesday morning.

The Fulton County District Attorney names the young thug as the leader of the violent criminal street gang

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis worked hard to get Young Thug to serve as the leader of the criminal street gang YSL for several years. The shadow room previously reported.

“YSL is an acronym for ‘Young Slime Life.’ It’s a hybrid gang that operates here in Atlanta and is an offshoot of the Bloods gang,” Willis said.

As we did before reported Back in June, Young Thug was officially denied bail and will remain in custody at the Cobb County Jail with fellow YSL Gunna. Both will stand trial in their RICO case, scheduled for January 2023.

When prosecutors showed up to talk about why Young Thug shouldn’t be granted bail, they noted his endless streams of lyrics allegedly detailing all the crimes he and YSL committed.

When they finished their statements at his hearing tonight, they nicknamed Young Thug “King Slime” and called him the “most dangerous” member of YSL and the person who calls the shots when it comes to murder and other gangsters. related activity. Young Thug’s lawyers are trying to dismiss the case over technical details

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