It Is Not About Guilt!!: It Is About Judicial Performance

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AuthorHouse, Nov 1, 2008 - Biography & Autobiography - 264 pages
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The book is a chronology of encounters, documents and letters, each with impacting commentary. It began with a flawed traffic ticket in court and continued from there over 33 months. I did not hire an expensive lawyer for what began as a minor matter. The judge made several judicial process errors. I have documented 4 court appearances, 3 separate filed appeals, one writ of mandate petition with legal exculpatory evidences and each with merit. I submitted documentation of eighteen judicial rule of law misconduct complaints to the oversight Commission on Judicial Performance. It is unbelievable that they declined to take judicial disciplinary action. Their refusal action actually has condoned proven misconduct, thus giving an anarchy impunity precedent to the full Judicial System! All of this is documented and factual proof in the book.

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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

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