Rule 27A. Stays pendingappeal from a court not of record - Appeals for a trial de novo.
(a) Except as outlinedin subsection (d) below, the procedures in this rule shall govern stays ofterms of sentences when a defendant files an appeal in a court not of recordfor a trial de novo pursuant to Utah Code ? 78A-7-118(1).
(b) Upon the timelyfiling of a notice of appeal for a trial de novo, the court shall:
(c) If a stay isordered, the judge may leave in effect any other terms of probation the judgedeems necessary including:
(d) The provisions ofthis rule do not apply to appeals for trial de novo from convictions forviolations of Title 41, Chapter 6a, Part 5, DUI and Reckless Driving, or anylocal ordinance as described in Utah Code ? 41-6a-501(2)(a)(iii). The procedureoutlined in Rule 27B shall be used in those cases.
(e) A party dissatisfiedwith the findings made by the justice court judge in staying a sentence underthis rule shall utilize the procedure outlined in rule 27B(g)to obtain relief in the district court.
(f) A court may at anytime for good cause shown amend its order granting release to impose additionalor different conditions of release. However, the justice court may only actunder this subsection (f) if the district court has not docketed or held anyhearings pursuant to this rule.
(g) For purposes of thisrule, ?term of sentence? or ?sentence? shall include findings of contemptpursuant to Utah Code ? 78B-6-301 et seq.
Effective May 1, 2012