Tekashi 6ix9ine it could be released before time, according to new documents court.
The rapper 22-year-old stated guilty on the 23rd of January nine charges related to organized crime, gangs, and firearms.
The indictment of the prosecutor’s office also identify him as a member of the gang Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods, which have been linked to the trafficking of fentanyl and other narcotics, in addition to participating in “acts of violence are brazen”.
In the wake of his statement, Daniel Hernandez —real name of the singer— came to a plea agreement in which you agree to give your “full cooperation” in the case (which includes a witness before a grand jury), in exchange for the prosecution to accept:
Not to prosecute the defendant for the offenses described in counts one to nine… as well as the crimes further that the defendant has told the government
To change this, a judge will decide the terms of the judgment to 6ix9ine in your next hearing.
“In the event that the defendant cooperate with success, the government agrees that it shall submit at the time of the judgment, a motion… for a sentence below any mandatory minimum”.
Tekashi 6ix9ine faced a possible minimum sentence of 32 years and a maximum of life imprisonmentbut this new agreement could grant probation to the next year.