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The California Courts of Appeal are the state's intermediate courts of review. Their primary function is to ensure that the law is interpreted and applied correctly.

The California Courts of Appeal review the vast majory of appealable orders or judgments from superior courts. The primary exception involves death penalty cases, which automatically are appealed directly to the California Supreme Court.

California has six appellate districts, based on geography. Some districts are further subdivided into divisions. A presiding justice and two or more associate justices sit in each appellate district. In the most recent year, more than 20,000 appeals and original proceedings were filed in the California Courts of Appeal.

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Court of Appeal Announces Destruction of Records

May 05, 2015 | News Release
RIVERSIDE—The Court of Appeal, Fourth Appellate District, Division Two (Riverside), has announced its intention to destroy the following civil and juvenile records under Rule 10.1028(d) of the California Rules of Court. The court will destroy all...
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Court of Appeal Announces Destruction of Records

January 08, 2015 | News Release
San Jose—The Court of Appeal for the Sixth Appellate District (San Jose) has announced its intention to destroy the following criminal, juvenile, and civil records pursuant to Rule 10.1028(d), California Rules of Court: All criminal and juvenile...
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Court of Appeal Announces Destruction of Records

December 30, 2014 | News Release
Sacramento—The Court of Appeal, Third Appellate District, announces its intention to destroy the following records in accordance with the California Rules of Court, rule 10.1028(d). The records to be destroyed include: civil case numbers C028002 to...
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