Hello Friends, Please forgive me. I know a lot of these issues has been in previous posts; however, I was asked to bullet point everything, to the best of my ability as to what I think should have been included in the appeal. I hope that this is understandable and what I am being asked … More Bullet Points On what Charles Ajoloko Felt Should have Been Added to the Appeal
The following are the argument that my son’s appeal attorney, Bill Ponall used for the appeal. While they are good arguments, the problem is that the trial attorney did not object to practically any misconduct done by the prosecutor during closing argument. In fact, he only objected a few times during the trial if that … More Fundamental Error on Direct Appeal
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.
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.
I know that my son is innocent of the attempted robbery charges; however, if he was not, how does a system sentence a young man with no prior criminal history to a mandatory 12 years imprisonment. Where is the rehabilitation in that? What will he learn during this imprisonment? Who is benefitting from this imprisonment? … More Who is Charles Ajoloko? ………..Letter From Deacon of H.S. Catholic Church
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
My son is 3 classes from a Bachelor’s Degree and a Devout Catholic. Please do not allow my son to continue to waste his life in prison for a crime that he did not commit. … More 05/06/2015 Order Deny Rehearing – Where Do I Go from Here – Please Help My Son
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??
The defense lawyer is suppose to present all evidence that rebuts the prosecutor’s arguments. He is suppose to challenges all questionable assertions of facts by the prosecutor to ensure that the high burden of proof is met. He is suppose to challenge procedural errors and seek to have charges dismissed because of unreliable evidence or testimony. He … More The Unethical, Inept, Ineffective Lawyer.
What’s the attorney doing when a prosecutor commits misconduct? Should he just sit there and do nothing? I think not! Prosecutor misconduct occurs when in the course of their duties they act in ways that are unethical and illegal. Withholding evidence, witness tampering, introduction of false evidence and improper closing arguments are just a few … More Lets Not Forget to Blame the Defense Attorney for Prosecutorial Misconduct
When prosecutors knowingly withhold exculpatory evidence favorable to the defense, they are committing a crime. They are now no better than a criminal themselves. The only difference between unethical prosecutors and convicts is that the prosecutor is seldom held accountable for their actions. How can they live with themselves? How can they sleep at night … More Some prosecutors have no conscience. Some commit Suborned Perjury. Ours did.
Out of respect for the victim, I fast-forwarded when her name and address was mentioned. I will not continue to always be so nice. No one has done the right or ethical thing for my son. The 911 call was never played at trial.
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???
Yesterday, March 17th was the oral argument. Originally, I had entertained the idea of watching it live from my home in Alabama. My son’s attorney told me that we could watch it live. I had been weighing the idea back and forth. I decided to present my questions and concerns to the Wrongly Convicted Group. I especially … More The Oral Argument – Change of venue
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.
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.
Man Exonerated After spending 25 years in jail. Man exonerated after spending 20 years in jail. Woman exonerated after spending 22 years in jail. Please do not let my son spend 10 years in prison before realizing that a mistake was made My son a very talented young man. This is a young man who … More Does my son have to spend 10 years in jail before he is exonerated? Lets break the trend.
Hi Friends and Followers My son hasn’t called me since 2/18/015. I called the correctional facility to find out what was going on. I was told that he was in solitary confinement. I have been so worried. I just received a letter from him. He knew I would be worried. I am posting the letter. … More A Letter From My Son – Made Me Laugh – Made Me Cry
I find this article to be so interesting that I had to link it my post. Please read my response to Bad Lawyering. Thanks https://wronglyconvictedgroup.wordpress.com/2014/09/01/bad-lawyering/ When I read this article, I understood perfectly the concept of bad lawyering. The worst thing about bad lawyering is that you do not realize that you have a bad … More Bad Lawyering
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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???
Does the Florida Statutes prohibit a bail bond agent from referring customers to attorneys? Yes. Subsection §648.44(1)(a), Florida Statutes, states bail bond agents and temporary bail bond agents are prohibited from suggesting or advising the use of any particular attorney to represent his or her principal. Any bail bond agent violating this prohibition is subject … More Does the Florida Statutes prohibit a bail bond agent from referring customers to attorneys?
If our attorney had played the 911 call, my son would have been acquitted. On her 911 call, the victim said that the assailant’s face was covered with a bandana and wore a hoodie. Her written report says that she could only see the eyes. She said that the assailant was left-handed The police officer at the scene … More Here is the 911 call
How Do I handle the holidays with my son in prison for a crime that he did not commit? The Holiday Season is a heartbreaking reminder of what my son is missing. With 2 teenagers, a 21 year old and an 86 year old mother, I know I have to bring the Holiday Spirit to … More How Do I Handle the Holidays