255. An application for revocation of judgment does not stay execution of judgment unless the judge so orders upon an application by the defendant.
Prior notice of the application must be served on the prosecutor unless he is present when it is made. In cases of urgency, however, the judge may order a stay of execution even if prior notice of the application has not been served on the prosecutor.
The stay of execution, if ordered, ends on the date set for the presentation of an application for revocation of judgment, unless the judge orders the stay to be extended
(1) until the date to which he adjourns the presentation of the application for revocation of judgment; or
(2) until he renders a decision on the application for revocation of judgment made to him.
1987, c. 96, a. 255; 2020, c. 12, s. 421.