“PROSECUTOR’S RUN OUR SYSTEM”

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”

Mum’s The Word and Remain Silent When Talking to Authorities

“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

It Been Such a LongTime – Since I Last Posted- Update on Charles Ajoloko

It’s Been Such A Long Time Since I Last Posted about My Son’s Case. I know that an update is long overdue. Life has a way of throwing us “Curve Balls” when they are least expected. Personal and work related issues has spiral me into stress anxiety and depression. These issues coupled with fighting for justice … More It Been Such a LongTime – Since I Last Posted- Update on Charles Ajoloko

An Anonymous Comment or Is It Someone Connected to the Case?

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?

Constructive Amendment of Charging Document

Appellate Counsel was ineffective for failing to argue that the State constructively amended the information before trial to allow petitioner to be convicted of attempted robbery with a firearm as opposed to attempted robbery with a firearm and mask (the primary charge) in order to allow the tainted identification of the petitioner to be allowed … More Constructive Amendment of Charging Document

Missing Element from Jury Instructions

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

First Page of Charles’ Petiton

IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL FOR THE FIFTH DISTRICT STATE OF FLORIDA     CHARLES AJOLOKO Petitioner, Pro Se VS.                                                       DCA Case No: 5D14-368 L.T. Case No: 2011-CF-8401-A-O STATE OF FLORIDA Respondent   MOTION FOR RELIEF PURSUANT TO RULE 9.141(d) OF THE FLORIDA RULES OF APPELLATE PROCEDURE, OR IN THE ALTERNATIVE PETITION FOR A … More First Page of Charles’ Petiton

Failing to Read Readily Available Documents

CLAIM II Appellate counsel fail to raise on appeal ,that a Brady violation had been committed and that the police detective lied on her sworn deposition; additionally, trial counsel was ineffective for not cross examining the detective about her phone results. If the jurors knew of these results, there is a high probability that the … More Failing to Read Readily Available Documents

Involuntary Statement

CLAIM IX Appellate attorney was ineffective for failing to argue that the petitioner’s statement became involuntary once the police made him a promise. Police made promises to the petitioner that they were going to get his stuff back and that attempted robberies were not a big deal. The video interview should have been suppressed TR -(T-180)(456-711) … More Involuntary Statement

I’m back and I’m still fighting – “Always Keep Fighting For Justice”

Good Day Social Media Friends, I’m Back. It has been a grueling start for the New Year. My mother has been in and out of the hospital and she is back in the hospital again. My mom is 87 years old and had been a RN for 45 years. She is a retired Registered Nurse. … More I’m back and I’m still fighting – “Always Keep Fighting For Justice”

Suggestiveness of Two Photo Line-ups and in-Court Identification Procedures

This post includes excerpts from the trial transcript and original police report. Charles Ajoloko petitions for a writ of habeas corpus alleging ineffective assistance of appellate counsel for failing to present several “arguable” and potentially successful” claims suggested by the record.  These included the suggestiveness of both the photo line-ups and in-court identification procedures and … More Suggestiveness of Two Photo Line-ups and in-Court Identification Procedures

JURISDICTION TO ENTERTAIN PETITION AND GRANT HABEAS CORPUS RELIEF- Pro-Bono Help Needed

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

I Cannot Tell A Lie, I Cannot Identify the Suspect

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

Judge Jenifer M. Davis Presided Over My Son’s Case.

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.

Jenna – Please Let Your Conscience Be Your Guide -A Grandma’s Plea

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

An 86 Year Old Grandmother’s’s Plea to President Obama.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WzwuBdty_rA#t=22%5B/embed%5DWe only want someone to look at the documents in our possession which includes police reports, trial transcript, initial brief, answer brief, depositions,911 call, etc. Once a capable and legal mind reviews the documents, it will be evident that egregious misconduct took place. Then we would like the President to grant clemency and a pardon. Charles … More An 86 Year Old Grandmother’s’s Plea to President Obama.

It’s Sad to Think That America Is Losing Its Distinction As The Best Legal System in the World

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

Prosecutors-The New Firing Squad- No Jurors Needed

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

Police Brutality Without Lifting A Hand

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

Attorney Politics VS. Office Politics VS. the Good Ol Boy’s Club

Yesterday, I was talking with my son and he once again used the term “Attorney Politics. I asked him what made him think of the term “Attorney Politics”. He said that I had once warned him about office politics, and he thought how similar attorney politics and office politics were. He feels that his attorneys … More Attorney Politics VS. Office Politics VS. the Good Ol Boy’s Club

The NCDP is looking at Charles Ajoloko’s Case.

https://nationalcdp.org/ After many months of blogging, in attempt to get my son’s story out, my blog has caught the attention of the National Center For Due Process. I am honored that my son’s plight has piqued their interest. They have explained that  they need a few more details and have made suggestions as to what … More The NCDP is looking at Charles Ajoloko’s Case.

Discovery Violation – Defense Attorney G. Schwartz Should have Requested an Evidentiary Hearing but He Didn’t

This is one of the things that makes me crazy. Why would an attorney deliberately mismanage a case? The purpose of discovery in criminal cases is’ “to avail the defense of evidence known to the state so that convictions {will} not be obtained by the suppression of evidence favorable to the defendant, or by surprise … More Discovery Violation – Defense Attorney G. Schwartz Should have Requested an Evidentiary Hearing but He Didn’t

The duty of the prosecutor is to seek justice, not merely to convict.

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.

Trial Attorney recommends the appeal firm he went to work for. He really did. Shyster.

After my son was convicted, his trial attorney didn’t even ask if Charles could stay home until sentencing. He had been home on bond for almost 3 years but he did not think it necessary to ask the judge if he could remain on bond. After the conviction, I was unable to reach the trial attorney a … More Trial Attorney recommends the appeal firm he went to work for. He really did. Shyster.

A thought

My son’s case should have never gotten this far. It should have been concluded with the first attorney. She never looked at the incident report or anything. She just wanted the money. She and the prosecutor wanted my son to take a 13 year plea.Why would he take 13 year plea when he didn’t do … More A thought

The prosecutor and police detective worked together – See Deposition

The prosecutor and police detective worked together. They withheld key evidence that could have helped my son. How can they live with themselves? They outright lied to the judge and jury and got away with it. One of the evidence withheld was the fact that my son’s phone was not used in the area during … More The prosecutor and police detective worked together – See Deposition

Initial Brief Excerpts – Prosecutor’s misconduct is evident

Initial Brief excerpts As I previously mentioned, my son’s case is on appeal. The oral argument will be done on 3/17/2015. The appeal attorney feel that we have good arguments. I hope that he is right. It appears that only certain things can be raised on appeal. You would think that the police detective lying … More Initial Brief Excerpts – Prosecutor’s misconduct is evident

A text from the attorney during the trial and what it said…..Is this proper conduct???

We received a text from our attorney that said,”Judge said he seriously needs to take ten years, deputies are saying we’re gonna lose this”. When I saw this text, I became confused. I couldn’t understand why the judge would make that statement. I couldn’t understand why the deputies were talking. Or maybe our attorney and prosecutor … More A text from the attorney during the trial and what it said…..Is this proper conduct???

The victim needs to come forward and tell the truth

The victim was shown a photographic array on May 18, 2011, which included Appellant’s photograph, but she did not identify anyone as the would-be robber. (T132-33,161, Vol II). However, she did identify Appellant in a second photographic lineup conducted on June 7, 2011.1 (T133, Vol II). She was 60 percent sure that he was the … More The victim needs to come forward and tell the truth

Prosectutor Direct Examination of Officer at Scene – Defense did not cross-examine. WOW WOW WOW

Every time I go over my son’s case, I get sick. I get angry at myself for choosing such inept, unscrupulous, unethical attorneys. They promised the world and did not even take the time to investigate the case. I should have had someone assist me in picking an attorney. I should not have relied on the … More Prosectutor Direct Examination of Officer at Scene – Defense did not cross-examine. WOW WOW WOW