Lil Wayne's Lawyer Reveals the Rapper's Post-Release Limitations
Thu, 04 Nov 2010 13:54:50
James Tilson, an attorney for Lil Wayne, has revealed what limitations his client will have upon being released from Rikers Island today, according to XXL.
Tilson claims that Wayne is required to travel and handle an Arizona drug case within 72 hours of release. That means he may be able to play that show in Las Vegas that his protégé Drake hinted at, since Vegas is near Arizona!
Once Weezy arrives in Arizona, he will sign papers to start his 36-month probation term and have the probation transferred to his residence in Florida. "Now he's on unsupervised probation, which means he doesn't have very many conditions at all," Tilson explained. "The Florida office may have something for him to sign there as well. However, for all intents and purposes, once he leaves Arizona there's nothing else he has to do here.
Are you excited that Lil Wayne is a free man today?