The Proposed Statement should contain all of the following: (1) Grounds of appeal—a statement of the legal errors you believe were committed by the trial court. (Cal Rules of Court, rule 184(b).) (2) A statement of the evidence or trial procedures relevant to each of your grounds of appeal.
If you are appealing a misdemeanor conviction, you can appeal to the appellate division of the superior court. The Notice of Appeal must be filed in the Criminal Department of the court where your case was heard within 30 days after the court rendered the judgment or made the order you are appealing.
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