You must file a notice of appeal with the court where the ruling was issued within 10 days of the ruling and provide a copy of the notice to the other party. Next you have 30 days to complete your appeal.
We get these issues over and over again from pro se
litigants in cases and I urge you not to try to pursue this without an attorney. The vast majority of the times pro se litigants believe they were treated unfairly by the judge not letting them speak or not letting them introduce evidence, it is not because the judge was against them, but because the litigant was not following the proper rules of court in what they were speaking on or in trying to introduce evidence improperly. Just because you are a party to an action, you do not get to speak as you see fit, you must follow the court rules and rules of evidence and anything said or introduced contrary to those rules can be lawfully ignored by the judge. Thus, if this is what happened, the court of appeals will not even hear your appeal because you do not have lawful grounds.
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