This is an excerpt from THE BLUEBOOK, A Uniform System of Citation.*
"With court-produced documents, including oral argument transcripts and transcripts of record, the same general rules apply:
Transcript of Oral Argument at 11, Ayers v. Belmontes, 126 S. Ct. 469 (2006) (No. 05-493).
Transcript of Record at 16-17, Johnson v. Eisentrager, 339 U.S. 763 (1950) (No. 306)."
Yours would look something like this:
Transcript of Trial at [page #, line #'s], People v. [your name], [Case #], (2016)
Any time you reference a case, statute, or any legal material it should be listed in your Table of Authorities for each time (page) it's referenced.
Keep in mind that this is an appeal by a pro per and the courts will not expect everything to be perfect.
What is the basis for your appeal?
*The bluebook: A uniform system of citation (19th ed.). (2010). Cambridge, MA: Published and distributed by the Harvard Law Review Association.