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Ralo’s Team Says He’s Facing Seven Years in Prison For 2018 Drug Case But is Looking For Mandatory Minimum of Five Years; Also Looking For Credit For Time Already Served So He Can Be Released in “The Next Couple of Months”

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Ralo’s Team Says He’s Facing Seven Years in Prison For 2018 Drug Case But is Looking For Mandatory Minimum of Five Years; Also Looking For Credit For Time Already Served So He Can Be Released in “The Next Couple of Months”

Atlanta rapper and former 1017 Records signee, Ralo, has been in prison for over three years now. He was originally busted for having $1 million worth of marijuana on a private jet. He was able to post  $250,000 bond last August but that process was delayed. It was soon found out at the start of this year that he was reportedly selling drugs from prison using code words.

Ralo’s team has also been able to present clemency paperwork that reached President Joe Biden’s desk. That hasn’t been addressed yet and now, more challenges arise. An update was posted on Ralo’s Instagram feed on Friday night where his team revealed that Ralo is facing seven years in total in prison.

Ralo is asking for the community’s help in trying to “beg” a judge to only give him the 5-year minimum. They are also seeking to get Ralo credit for the three years he’s already served. If this is successful, Ralo can finally be out of prison in the “next couple months.

Ralo nor his lawyers can ask the Judge for under the 7 years they agreed for him to serve, but we the community can come together an beg the Judge to sentence him the mandatory minimum which is 5 years. If we can come together and get this done Ralo will be released in the next couple months due to the time he has already served.

Letters to this judge can be sent through FamericaNews.com. What has to be written are name, brief description of themselves, and background information. They must also include why they want Ralo to receive the minimum sentence, a positive impact Ralo has made on them, and why Ralo should be forgiven for his crime.

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