Young Thug’s Lawyer Granted Bond After Criminal Contempt Charges

Young Thug‘s lawyer Brian Steel will not report to jail this weekend after being handed criminal contempt charges. The Georgia Supreme Court granted his emergency request for bond in a ruling on Wednesday (June 12), according to Billboard. He was sentenced to 20 days, to be served over 10 consecutive weekends starting this Friday.

The Supreme Court is set to make a ruling on Steel’s appeal of the contempt order, issued on Monday (June 10) by Judge Ural Glanville who is currently presiding over Young Thug, legal name Jeffery Williams,’ RICO case. Steel claimed to have been made aware of a secret “ex parte” meeting between Glanville, prosecutors, and Kenneth Copel, a witness in the lengthy trial.