Meek Mill says he "would be in prison" without high-profile support
Rapper Meek Mill is pushing for criminal justice reform after his own controversial legal troubles. Pennsylvania's Supreme Court ordered Mill to be released from prison on bail two weeks ago. Back in November, a judge ordered him to serve up to four years for violating his probation after a 2008 conviction on drug and weapons charges. Mill is appealing that conviction. Many activists claim Mill's treatment was unfair and harsh. Meek Mill and his attorney, Joe Tacopina, join "CBS This Morning" for their first live TV interview since Mill's release.