Meek Mill's lawyers have argued that the judge who gave him two to four years for probation violations was biased against him because, among other things, he refused to remake the Boys II Men hit "On Bended Knee" and shout her out in it.
Now another judge has ordered that the transcripts between Meek and Judge Genece Brinkley be released and considered by the court.
If Brinkley really did make the remake request, Meek could end up getting sprung on grounds that his probation violation hearing was tainted.
Meek's team has also alleged Brinkley asked Mill to change managers to one of her friends. That damaging information could also be revealed in the released transcripts.
Meek's not going to get out in time to see his Eagles in the Super Bowl, but this definitely qualifies as good news.
Update: And that's not all. TMZ has learned that during one of Meek's probation hearings Clerk of the Court Wanda Chavarria slipped him a letter asking him to help pay her son's college tuition. Which sounds pretty improper.