Accused body-parts scammer Michael Mastromarino should stay in jail until noon on Monday, the state Supreme Court ruled yesterday.

The district attorney's office had asked for the emergency stay to keep the defendant in jail while awaiting the high court's response to the controversial reduction of his bail.

Mastromarino, 44, owner of a tissue-recovery firm that allegedly bought and sold diseased body parts from 244 Philadelphians, was expected to be released yesterday from the Philadelphia Industrial Correctional Institution. *