27 Limitations on power of District Court
(1) Bail may (subject to this section) not be granted to a person
under section 26 by the District Court after the person has appeared before
the Supreme Court or Court of Criminal Appeal:
(a) following the person’s committal for trial or sentence in
the Supreme Court,
(b) on an appeal against a conviction or order or against the severity
of the person’s sentence, or
(c) following the person being brought up by a writ of habeas corpus,
as referred to in section 16 (f),
in connection with the offence.
(2) Subsection (1) does not prevent the grant of bail to a person by
the District Court where a new trial has been ordered to be held in the
District Court, notwithstanding that the person has appeared before the Court
of Criminal Appeal.