2009 California Penal Code - Section 1471 :: Chapter 3. Transfer Of Misdemeanor And Infraction Appeals


1471.  A court of appeal may order any case on appeal to a superior
court in its district transferred to it for hearing and decision as
provided by rules of the Judicial Council when the superior court
certifies, or the court of appeal determines, that such transfer
appears necessary to secure uniformity of decision or to settle
important questions of law.
   A court to which any such case is transferred shall have similar
power to review any matter and make orders and judgments as the
appellate division of the superior court by statute would have in
such case, except as otherwise expressly provided.

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