Last year, Young Dolph, a promising artist who rose to notoriety a few times, was assassinated. The rapper’s family members appeared before the court to seek justice for Dolph, but it does not appear that this will happen anytime soon. Young Dolph’s murder trial may take years to reach a conclusion.

The judge presiding over the Young Dolph murder case, in which two men have been charged with the rapper’s death, has stated that the case may take a long time to go to trial. According to WREG, on Friday, May 27th, Judge Lee Coffee informed the rapper’s family that they may have to wait years for justice.

In November of 2021, Dolph was fatally shot in front of the Makeda Cookie Shop in Memphis. Justin Johnson and Cornelius Smith, the two suspects, were seen on a security camera at the crime site.

A bond hearing was held for the guys in a Memphis courtroom. The hearing was rescheduled until July 1st, later in the summer. The defense made the request, according to the court, so that he could finish the discovery process. Following the declaration of the motion, the judge informed the family that the trial could take place in 2022 or perhaps 2023.

“This case is probably going to be in this court for a while. It takes a while for first-degree murder cases to be at a point where they can be tried.”

The suspects have been held in custody since January and have pleaded not guilty to the charges. The presiding officer has made his keynote remarks. What are your thoughts on the matter? Stay tuned to Thirsty for more information.

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Muskan Sharma

Muskan Sharma, is a student at Calcutta University, pursuing a law degree. She has written articles for a variety of journals. She has an interest in world news, journals, and articles. She then made the decision to write for Thirsty for news. On December 13, 2021, Muskan began writing in Thirsty. She has a range of other hobbies outside writing, such as traveling and exploring new places.

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