Nebraska Revised Statute 29-2315.02
Error proceedings by county attorney; appointment of counsel for defendant; fee.
If the application be granted, the trial court shall appoint a lawyer to argue the case against the prosecuting attorney, which lawyer shall receive for his services a fee not exceeding two hundred dollars, to be fixed by such court, and to be paid out of the treasury of the county. For such purpose, the court may appoint the defendant's attorney, but if he is not appointed the defendant may in any event appear and participate through an attorney of his own choice.
- Laws 1959, c. 121, § 2, p. 454.
Appeal cannot be taken by state from interlocutory ruling of trial court in criminal proceeding. State v. Taylor, 179 Neb. 42, 136 N.W.2d 179 (1965).