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A. A sentence of imprisonment or banishment may be stayed if an appeal is taken and the defendant may be given the opportunity to make bail. Any defendant not making bail or otherwise obtaining release pending appeal shall have all time spent in incarceration counted towards his or her sentence in the matter under appeal.

B. A sentence to pay a fine or a fine and costs may be stayed pending appeal upon motion of the defendant, but the Court may require the defendant to pay such money, subject to return, if the appeal should favor the defendant and negate the requirement to pay such.

C. An order placing the defendant on probation may be stayed on motion of the defendant if an appeal is taken.