Peugh v. Davis, 110 U.S. 227 (1884)
U.S. Supreme CourtPeugh v. Davis, 110 U.S. 227 (1884)
Peugh v. Davis
Submitted January 7, 1884
Decided January 21, 1884
110 U.S. 227
If a court in session and acting judicially allows an appeal which is entered of record without taking a bond within sixty days after rendering a decree, a justice or judge of the appellate court may, in his discretion, grant a supersedeas after the expiration of that time under the provisions of § 1007 Rev.Stat., but this is not to be construed as affecting appeals other than such as are allowed by the court acting judicially and in term time.