A Senior Citizen Tells a True Story

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AuthorHouse, Oct 1, 2009 - Law - 240 pages
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This is a non-fiction true story that I tell about some good and some bad parts of my lifetime experiences. You should find the good things to be enjoyable reading, and become intrigued by the documented lengthy bad encounter with the court system after I retired. What was happening was unbelievable. It's about my four year encounter with the California Judicial System over a minor traffic infraction, without a lawyer. You should be shocked to learn what can and does happen in court. The courts applied a double standard that negated the rule of law for equal rights. I spent hundreds of dollars fighting for equal justice and the price of the book is well worth it. Now, the same can happened to anyone at any time, thus you can be on the alert by my true story encounters.

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About the author (2009)

Bob Mason is a consultant, speaker, and founder of RLM Planning and Leadership. He started the company after 30 years of leadership experience which taught him what does and doesn't work and how to modify leadership techniques to each situation. He has led organizations of a few people and many hundreds of people and has worked with many types of groups including government and non-profit.

Through his years of experience, Bob has developed a unique strategic planning model that he's used extensively to focus organizations and obtain maximum efficiency with equal success in many types of applications. He has successfully trained hundreds of leaders, emphasizing the importance of post-training follow-up to help emerging leaders effectively apply the skills and concepts they were taught. He passionately believes that without a plan, leaders don't know where to lead and without effective leaders the best plan will fail. Contact Bob at planningtoexcel@planleadexcel.com.

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