Fugees co-founder Pras Michel accused his former attorney David Kenner of an ineffective defense in a motion for a new trial filed Monday.
Fugees member Pras Michel was found guilty in his federal conspiracy trial, where he was convicted of all ten counts of federal offenses.
The legal team of Pras Michel (formerly of The Fugees) has launched its defense in a case involving the rapper’s dealings with Malysian financier Jho Low.
Pras’ court date has been pushed back to March of next year. He’s accused of defrauding the U.S. government and making foreign campaign contributions.
That 2022 Fugees tour may not have been canceled by COVID, but Pras Michel's legal issues, according to a new report.
Prakazrel “Pras” Michel has pleaded not guilty to four charges relating to campaign finance violations in 2012.