CRIMES, PUNISHMENTS AND PROCEEDINGS IN CRIMINAL CASES (Chapters 263 through 280)
PROCEEDINGS IN CRIMINAL CASES
PROCEEDINGS TO PREVENT CRIMES
Failure to prosecute appeal; recognizance remaining in force
Section 11. If the appellant fails to prosecute his appeal of an order of recognizance, his recognizance shall remain in full force and effect as to any breach of the condition, without an affirmation of the judgment or order of the court or justice, and shall also stand as security for any expenses of prosecution which the justice in the jury session may order the appellant to pay.