If there was a question somewhere in there (other than the rhetorical one), I missed it.
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You should speak to your Attorney if you have one, if not you should consider hiring an Attorney to help you with your case. You don't seem to understand the concept of "release," an Attorney would greatly assist in helping you to understand what is going on in your case.
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In AZ a judge has an option to supervise you when you are pending charges, it is "pre conviction release." Especially in drinking/drugging and driving cases, if a judge is concerned about you and/or the community he has the option to supervise you. The judges concerns are twofold: (1) if you were to drink/drug and drive again and then kill somebody and the judge did not take any precaution to protect the community, MADD and/or news groups would plaster information on the news that he could have protected the community but chose to ignore the information. Remember, if you are pending charges, then a judge, a prosecutor and/or a law enforcement officer has made a preliminary determination that there is enough evidence to believe a crime was committed and you were likely the person who committed that crime -- this is not beyond a reasonable doubt -- it is just some belief that usually has not been challenged. and (2) if you were to flee the state and the judge took no control to supervise you, an alleged crime is left unanswered. This clogs up dockets and comes full circle if you were to go to another State and commit the same crime. A judge cannot completely ignore the information in a probable cause statement.
If after you read this you are still convinced that a judge does not need to supervise you because (1) you are not a threat and can show evidence to support that; (2)you have plenty of contacts with the community; and (3) this is information not previously considered by the judge then you can ask your attorney to file a motion to modify your release conditions.
As noted above, if you do not have an attorney, you shod hire an attorney experienced in DUI defense. Good luck.