APPEALS TO SUPREME COURT
19-2802. Stay of execution — Custody of defendant. An appeal to the supreme court from a judgment of conviction stays the execution of the judgment in all capital cases, and in all other cases the judgment may be stayed by the district court or the supreme court as provided by rule of the supreme court. Custody of the defendant shall be specified by the district court or in any order staying execution of the judgment.
[19-2802, added 1977, ch. 170, sec. 11, p. 439.]