There is no appeal of right from a decision of the appellate division. In very rare cases, the court of appeal will order an appellate division decision transferred to it for review. You must first file an application for certification for transfer in the appellate division no later than 15 days after its decision is filed. See California Rule of Court 8.1005. If the appellate division denies the application, then you may petition the court of appeal for transfer if you file your petition no later than 15 days after the appellate division decision is final as to that court. See California Rule of Court 8.1006. In your petition you must convince the court of appeal that "transfer is necessary to secure uniformity of decision or to settle an important question of law."
The application and the petition are not something you should attempt without counsel. Even experienced appeal lawyers are unfamiliar with this path to relief. But you may be able to find counsel to assist you by clicking on Find a Lawyer at the top of this page.
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