The MOJO team are a passionate and committed group of people, with a unified goal of freeing the innocent and reforming the system.
As an advocate of MOJO you whole heartedly support the cause and mission of MOJO. You are encouraged to attend organised MOJO events to bring awareness to the cause and further promote reform and the need for a criminal review commission. There are several ways of which you can join as an advocate.
As a advocate of MOJO you are someone who is already in the public eye and can actively and publicly represent and promote MOJO. You are required to attend organised MOJO events to bring awareness to the cause and further promote reform and the need for a criminal review commission. You give MOJO a voice, through your own voice.
As a Public Advocate you receive a one page profile on this MOJO website, "shoutout writeup" on our Social Media page, with all links to your relative websites.
Membership fee of $990.00 per annum
As a member of MOJO you are understand the need to give those incarcerated a voice and actively support the mission and vision of MOJO. You are invited to attend organised MOJO events to show your support for reform of the current justice system and for the implementation of a criminal review commission.
You support the voice of MOJO, by using your voice to spread the message.
Individual Membership fee - free to join
If you are a legal firm or corporation we encourage you to join as a Sponsor or Advisor to represent applicants.
Miscarriage of Justice is a not for profit organisation. MOJO greatly appreciates and relys on experts with knowledge in specialised fields and all those that do the 'behind the scenes' work, so YES they must be paid for that time, knowledge and expertise.
However they are paid a substantial reduced fee unlike typical standard legal fees, and MOJO relys on paid membership. Membership is completely free and you will be updated on events and symposiums highlighting cases.
All proceeds and donations received go towards the legal costs of those currently incarcerated and requiring representation.
Joining MOJO allows for one collective strong voice to be heard, for those that currently cannot be heard.