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Indiana Code Title 35. Criminal Law and Procedure § 35-33-9-3

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Sec. 3. (a) The sureties on all appeal bonds must possess the qualifications that are required of bail in criminal cases, except the undertaking must also include the defendant's promise to:

(1) faithfully prosecute his appeal;

(2) abide by the order and judgment of the court to which the cause is appealed;

(3) surrender himself in execution of the judgment if the appeal be affirmed or dismissed;  and

(4) surrender himself to the trial court if required by the judgment upon reversal.

(b) If undertaking is given before an appeal has been perfected, the undertaking must include a promise that an appeal will be perfected by the defendant.

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