Anaheim, CA asked in Appeals / Appellate Law for California

Q: The Appellate Court sent me a letter; A turn down letter from the superior Court. appellant Opening brief is due in 30

I did not received can't letter from the superior court; I don't have any idea what is going on with my Civil Case/Wronful Eviction. Please let me know how I can prepare opening brief and the reason why I need to send it, and the step I need to take for the procedures. Thank you!

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Maurice Mandel II
Maurice Mandel II
  • Consumer Law Lawyer
  • Newport Beach, CA
  • Licensed in California

A: The rules of appellate procedure are contained in the California Rules of Court. If you are representing yourself, you are charged with the duty and obligation to read them and follow them. Otherwise hire an appellate attorney to assist you with the procedures in your case. Best of luck. This public forum is not intended to provide you with a course in how to handle your own appeal. There are appellate attorneys with profiles on this site, or contact your local Bar association for a referral.

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