Thursday, April 23rd, 2009 at 2:21 am
Corey Miller, formerly known as C-Murder, needs to make some decisions real fast it would appear. The New Orleans based rapper has been dropped by the legal team who have fought so hard to keep him on the outside while he awaits his appeal trial for a murder he was convicted of back in 2002. Having posted a million dollar bail only last month, Corey Miller is left to fend for himself after lawyer Ron Rakosky, who had the initial guilty verdict overturned in 2006, filed to disassociate himself from the case after working for three years without payment.
Corey Miller has always insisted he was innocent of killing a 16 year old boy, Steve Thomas, outside a nightclub in Louisiana.