RULE 8.2 APPLICATION TO CRIMINAL OR JUVENILE CASES (a) Release or Stay of Execution of Sentence Not Governed by These Rules. The conditions under which a defendant in a criminal case or a juvenile in a juvenile offense proceeding may be released pending review, or may obtain a stay of execution of sentence, are set forth in the criminal rules, juvenile court rules, and in statutes. (b) Objection to Decision. A party may object to a trial court decision relating to release of a defendant or a juvenile, or relating to a stay of execution of sentence, during a review of a criminal case or a juvenile offense proceeding by motion in the appellate court. References RCW 9.95.062, Appeal stays execution--Credit for time in jail pending appeal; RCW 10.73.040, Bail pending appeal; CrR 3.2, Release of Accused.
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