“Mum’s the word” means to keep silent or quiet. The quietest people are the smartest people. They watch what they say. When people are constantly talking, they aren’t thinking about what they’re saying. They are too busy listening to themselves to really understand what they’re even talking about. As the saying goes, “anything you say can … More Mum’s The Word and Remain Silent When Talking to Authorities
I felt the need to post this comment. It is my humble opinion that anonymous is either the detective or the attorney. Her one sentence comment brought up the dog which was not in the pinned post that she commented on. Also, she said that Charles “brought” in the “bandana”. Also, not in pinned post; … More An Anonymous Comment or Is It Someone Connected to the Case?
Appellate counsel was ineffective for failing to raise that element (2a) of the attempted robbery with a firearm instruction was omitted from the jury instructions constituting fundamental error. The jury instruction in this case resulted in fundamental error because it omitted (2a), the requirement that the jurors find someone stopped or did not stop the … More Missing Element from Jury Instructions
Prosecutors are severely restricted by their perpetual relationship with the police. They rely on police effort, cooperation, and good will for the quality of their cases. Prosecutors must guarantee cops that they are on the officers’ side. The prosecutor who is excessively requesting of cops, excessively judgmental, as well “by the book” is regularly scorned … More I Cannot Tell A Lie, I Cannot Identify the Suspect
My previous post talked of my son’s defense attorney not cross-examining the deputy during trial. A Facebook Friend gave the following comment, “There are thousands of possible reasons why it might be good trial strategy not to cross examine a witness.” The defense can try to justify not cross-examining the deputy as trial strategy. But … More Trial Strategy, I Don’t Think So
Judge Jenifer M. Davis was the presiding judge at my son, Charles Ajoloko trial. Would things have gone differently, if she knew really what was going on? It is Deacon’s Fran Viselli of Holy Spirit Catholic Church and Charles’ belief that Judge Davis was cajoled by the prosecutor and defense attorneys. They believe that she is a … More Judge Jenifer M. Davis Presided Over My Son’s Case.
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
I have always been a firm believer in the American Justice System. I was taught that America has the best legal system in the world. My belief in our American Justice System has been shattered. When I go over all of the documents from my son’s case, a nauseated feeling hits the pit of my stomach. When … More It’s Sad to Think That America Is Losing Its Distinction As The Best Legal System in the World
The United States Criminal Justice System is supposed to be the best in the world. We are suppose to be the land of the free and the home of the brave. We have lost that distinction. Now our justice systems is ran by prosecutors. Prosecutors are now, judge and jury. Once a prosecutor decide that a person is … More Prosecutors-The New Firing Squad- No Jurors Needed
When I think of police brutality, I think of the unnecessary, excessive physical force the police use on civilians. This excessive force sometimes adds up to the unnecessary taking of human life. When I think of police corruption, I think of policemen taking kickbacks from organized crime. I think of the shaking down of drug dealers and prostitutes of their money and drugs. I think … More Police Brutality Without Lifting A Hand
DEPOSITION OF DETECTIVE DATE TAKEN: APRIL 2, 2012 TIME: 3:10 P.M. Q is the defense attorney. A is the Detective Q You also acquired the phone records of Mr. Ajoloko. Can you walk us through how you did that or the process? A I believe I used a subpoena for that. And, um — no, I got an order, a … More The police detecive lied on her sworn deposition. Is that okay??
Someone emailed me and asked me to post one of dialogues I had commented on in the previous post. They thought that it looked quite absurd. It is absurd. Well, here it is. It is obvious that the detective coached. It is also apparent that she is not good at lying. She gave two statements. Why? … More Victim wrote two statements. Why???
The duty of the prosecutor is to seek justice, not merely to convict. Prosecutorial misconduct occurs when a prosecutor breaks a law or a code of professional ethics in the course of a prosecution.Sometimes, prosecutors find evidence that would tend to exonerate the person they are trying to convict. Because Prosecutors are charged with presenting … More The duty of the prosecutor is to seek justice, not merely to convict.
My son and I truly believe that the judge did not know the travesties that took place since the onset of this case. We have to believe that or all hope is gone with our judicial system. I cannot believe that the judge knew that the witness had dramatically changed her story from a victim … More Did the Judge know what was going on???
“Losing your life is not the worst thing that can happen. The worst thing is to lose your reason for living.” ― Jo Nesbø When the jurors came back with a guilty verdict, you never would have expected to hear such a wail from a young man. My son became hysterical. The jurors looked like … More The Verdict – The Wail – The Cry of Despair
THE COURT: Ready for the final one? Is it a coincident that both cases ended up in the lap of Detective xxxxx? Our Attorney: I think the same answer. I guess it’s the same answer, right? No? MR. Prosecutor: Did they actually ask that question? I would — I don’t know if– see, I don’t … More The Last Question Asked by the Jurors surprised the prosecutor (you have to read this one)
This is the next question. THE COURT: Date the video was made. MR. Prosecutor: I’m sorry? MR. Prosecutor: I think it came out in evidence. Our Attorney: I think — I mean, candidly, Judge, I think that I would prefer to respond, you’re to rely on your recollection. I don’t think — they can … More Next juror’s question answered
The first question: One, are there phone records showing calls between detective and defendant? How many and how long? State, how would you suggest I respond to that? MR. Prosecutor: The standard instruction, you have been provided all the evidence in the case that — actually, if you want if say no, I don’t have … More The answer to the first question the jurors asked…………………….
Please do not allow my son to be incarcerated 12 years in prison to later find out that he was wrongly convicted. The time for justice is now while he is still young. The time for justice is now when he is only 23 years old. He still has a chance to lead a productive life. Prosecutors should … More A Justice System Void of Integrity
We still believed in the first attorney. The Africa-American beauty. The attorney that wore the sexy clothing to court hearings. What I should say is that my son believed in her. He wasn’t thinking with his head, at least not the one that counts. She had us to come to Florida a few days before … More The 1st Trial that never took place.. April 2012 – Part I
My mother is very passionate about her grandson getting justice. She and her grandson had everything written out before they presented it to me. This is the first of many videos that she plans on doing. God Bless her that she can be so articulate at the age of 85.
The police detective manipulated a victim into making an false identification. She manipulated my son into making a false confession. He is emotionally hindered. He is easily manipulated especially by a pretty woman. She had him come to the police station on the pretense that she was going to give him back his property. It was a trap. … More One Detective with 6 fingers in the pie – Part 3
I thought that the police detective was trying to get justice for my son. She didn’t care that he was robbed. She didn’t care that he was hit in the head. She didn’t care that his possessions were stolen. My son was naïve to the law. He had never been in trouble. He actually thought that he … More One Detective with 6 fingers in the pie – Part 2
A police officer duty is to serve and protect. They are trusted to work within the law. They are to ensure the rights of all to liberty, equality and justice without any ill-will. My question then is how can one detective have her hand in 6 related cases? How can she impartially investigate cases where an … More One Detective with 6 fingers in the pie – Part 1
My son was the forgotten victim. He was robbed at gun point. An arrest was made. The detective was the same detective in the previous cases. She did the interviews with the suspects. She found a pictures of guns on their cell phone.She found one of the guns in their home and it wasn’t the … More The forgotten victim
On the 911 call, the victim said that she would be unable to recognize the assailant unless he looked the way he looked when he accosted her. She said that he was wearing a mask that covered half of his face with a hoodie. Later she said that was able to identify him through his … More The 911 Call