Regarding POS errors, which surprised defendants as much as it did me when the Judge mentioned it in the tentative on the original motion as the reason for denial i.e. they suffered no prejudice in any way even admitting to timely svc for all their discovery. I was able to amend one of the errors, so I went thru the reconsideration process, all timely, but the tentative which I was given just after the start of the hearing, because that is when it was finally finished, still denied even with this 'different' circumstance. I orally argued the de minimis doctrine and CCP 475, which states the court must disregard such errors, but to no avail. Will the papers and orders be enough to show what transpired at the proceedings or will I need a transcripts, which I don't have?
You need advice from an appellate lawyer or if you are going it alone,, the Rules of Court, appeals, should have your answer. I will change the designation of your question to appeals.
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