A Florida Attorney has agreed to take on Charles Ajoloko’s Post-Conviction. The Ajoloko family are very happy at this turn of events.
While the fees of the attorney are being covered, Charles will still need to furnish, if needed, any additional expenses, such as hiring an investigator.
Two years ago, I, Pamela Ajoloko, filed a Chapter 13 bankruptcy. The bankruptcy court takes $400 a WEEK from my paycheck. This leaves very little left over to take care of my household. Therefore, I have had to take on several additional jobs to make ends meet.
I have no regrets.
This is my child who was wrongly convicted and was given an unjust trial.
If it means that I and my family have to live from hand to mouth, then hand to mouth it is.
My family agrees that all must be done to ensure that justice is served.
Unfortunately, although I am still employed, I have had to take a little leave due to medical problems.
I hope to be back to the old mill very soon.
While the fees of the attorney are covered, Charles will still need to furnish additional expenses, such as hiring an investigator, traveling expenses, etc.
A Fundraising page will be set up for those interested in investing in Charles legal expenses via Generosity by Indiegogo
Please feel free to write Charles or myself. All letters will be answered
Justice For My Son 2 PO Box 353 Cottondale, Alabama 35453
My prayer is to see this thing through and find justice for my son, Charles Ajoloko.
We are all praying for favorable results.
There is a feeling of hope in the air.
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