Charles Ajoloko is a victim of the Florida Criminal Judicial System. The prosecutors decided that they did not have to follow the law in its entirety. In their quest to convict my son; they overlooked the fact that their job is not only to prosecute but also to guard the defendant’s rights against insufficient police reports and investigation. … More “PROSECUTOR’S RUN OUR SYSTEM”
JURISDICTION TO ENTERTAIN PETITION AND GRANT HABEAS CORPUS RELIEF This is an original action under Florida Rule of Appellate Procedure 9.l00(a). See Art. l, Sec. 13, Fla. Const. This Court has original jurisdiction pursuant to Florida Rule of Appellate Procedure 9.030(a)(3) and Article V, Section 3(b)(9) of the Florida Constitution. This petition presents constitutional issues … More JURISDICTION TO ENTERTAIN PETITION AND GRANT HABEAS CORPUS RELIEF- Pro-Bono Help Needed
Hi Jenna, My name is Sadie Murph and I am writing on behalf of my grandson, Charles. Jenna, my grandson graduated A/B honor roll from a Catholic School. He was 3 classes away from a Bachelor’s Degree when he was convicted of attempted robbery with a firearm. Jenna, he did not commit this crime against you. … More Jenna – Please Let Your Conscience Be Your Guide -A Grandma’s Plea
Mandatory Minimums puts all of the power in the prosecutor’s hands. Prosecutors have leverage to force a plea from the accused, (even if the accused is innocent). They use scare tactics to convince the accused to take the plea. Unfortunately, the criminal defense attorneys also want their client to take a plea (less work for … More Sentence Disparity – What’s wrong with this picture? Mandatory Minimum Sentences
There are so many letters that went to the judge on behalf of Charles; however, this will be the last one that I post as they all have the same theme. In fact, this is also the letter that I read at sentencing. I realize that It is time to follow the advice of Kenneth Abraham, … More A Dear Letter from a Police Officer in Support of Charles Ajoloko. It brought a silence to the courtroom.
Throughout this case and at trial, at no time did our attorney mention Charles’ attributes. I do not think that the jurors even knew he was a graduate. Either he was inept or in cahoots with the prosecutor. This wasn’t a high class crime. Why zealously represent the defendant who paying cash? The defense needs … More Another Letter in Support of Charles Ajoloko
I felt that this was an important article to read. Two church leaders urge Senate to pass Smarter Sentencing Act Catholic News Service | Apr. 2, 2014 WASHINGTON Two Catholic leaders called on the U.S. Senate to pass the Smarter Sentencing Act, which would reform rigid sentencing policies for certain nonviolent drug offenders. Archbishop … More Two Catholic leaders called on the U.S. Senate to pass the Smarter Sentencing Act
In our opinion: Roll back mandatory minimum sentences and allow judges to measure out punishment | Deseret News.
I can’t sleep. I can’t think. I am numb. I want so much to understand what went wrong. I want to understand how or why a prosecutor would over a 20 year young man 13 mandatory years in prison. A young man who had no criminal history, no violence, an A/B honor roll student. A … More Another sleepless night