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  547.190.  Recognizance on appeal — misdemeanor cases. — Where an appeal or writ of error is prosecuted from a judgment in case of misdemeanor, or in case the appeal is taken by the state, the recognizance shall be conditioned that the defendant shall appear in the court in which the judgment shall have been rendered at such time and place as the appellate court shall direct, and that he will render himself in execution, and obey any order or judgment which shall be made in the premises.


(RSMo 1939 § 4138)

Prior revisions: 1929 § 3748; 1919 § 4094; 1909 § 5300

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