Bobby Shmurda appeared in Manhattan Supreme Court Monday alongside five of his GS9 counterparts, including Rowdy Rebel, according to Billboard.
Bobby’s attorney Alex Shapiro reportedly requested records from the Special Narcotics Prosecutors’ office after suggesting that two of the lead detectives on the case had “credibility issues” that included accusations of planting evidence, false arrests and 4th Amendment violations over the past two years in other cases.
Shapiro says the detectives are no strangers to Bobby and his GS9 crew accusing them of harassing the young men for years prior to their indictment. Shapiro alleged the two detectives would stop-and-frisk the young men, releasing them after finding no contraband. The attorney requested copies of each stop-and-frisk report.
A new hearing has been scheduled for Monday, Jan. 8. Bobby’s trial is scheduled to begin Feb. 22.