Yes, you may be able to remain on bond during the appeal if sentenced to a term of incarceration. This depends on the circumstances of your case and the jurisdiction in which it is being heard. Generally speaking, if you can demonstrate that you are not a flight risk or a danger to the community, the court may allow an appeal bond so that you can remain out of jail while your appeal is pending.
In some cases, the court may require that an additional bond be posted in order to stay out of jail during the appeals process. This additional bond is usually set at a higher amount than the original bond and guarantees that you will appear for all court hearings related to your appeal. It also serves as a financial incentive for you to comply with all court orders regarding your appeal.