Maine Revised Statutes

§286. Appeals

Any person aggrieved by the order of a judge requiring him to recognize as provided in section 284 may, on giving the security required, appeal to the next term of the Superior Court in the county. The judge shall thereupon require such witnesses as he thinks proper to recognize to appear at the appellate court. Such court may affirm or reverse the order of the judge, require the accused to recognize anew with sufficient sureties and make such order as to costs as it deems reasonable.