§61-6-2. Commitment and recognizance of rioters.
If any person be arrested for a riot, rout or unlawful
assemblage, he shall be taken without unreasonable delay before a
justice of the county in which the arrest is made who shall commit
him to jail, unless he shall enter into a recognizance, with
sufficient security, to appear before the court having jurisdiction
of the offense, at its next term, to answer therefor, and in the
meantime to be of good behavior and to keep the peace.
Note: WV Code updated with legislation passed through the 2016 Regular Session
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