Judge Rejects Kodak Black’s Appeal Of 46 Month Jail Term In Gun Charge Case

Attorney Ian Harrington with his client american rapper Bill Kapri AKA Kodak Black after he plead guilty to attempted criminal possession of a weapon and faces a 2-7 year sentence at the Niagara County Courthouse before Richard C. Kloch, Sr. an acting justice, Niagara County Supreme Court, in Lockport, on Thursday, March 12, 2020. (John Hickey/Buffalo News)

Judge Rejects Kodak Black’s Appeal Of 46 Month Jail Term In Gun Charge Case.

Rapper Kodak Black request for a shorter jail sentence has been rejected.

Kodak Black appealed for a shorter jail sentence, but has been denied by a panel of judges from the U.S. court of appeals for the 11th Circuit.

Bill K. Kapri, born Dieuson Octave; is still set to spend a total of 46 months behind bars for a gun charge case and will be eligible for parole in October 2022. Whew! That’s quite a while before he gets out.

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