Prosecutors’ Requested For Chief Keef To Go To Prison And The Judge Denies
Chief Keef had another probation violation this past week for moving to another neighborhood without the consent of his probation officer. Chief Keef was able to get off the hook -for now, thanks to his judge.
Judge Carl Anthony Walker, Cook County Juvenile Court, ruled yesterday, January 2, that Chief Keef would not be put in prison due to his probation violation. Chief Keef violated his probation by moving to a new home without informing his probation officers.
The Chicago Tribune recently reported that Judge Walker found no “credible evidence” that Chief Keef moved without informing the authorities, which had violated the 17 year old rapper’s parole.
The Judge denied the prosecutors’ request, which was to sent Chief Keef to prison until a full hearing later in the month. Prosecutors stated that Chief Keef changed his address and failed to notify his probation officer.
Chief Keef is on probation after a juvenile conviction for pointing a gun at a police officer in a shooting range.
A formal hearing for his violation is set to be on January 28.Photo credit: xclusiveszone.net