The court ordered a condition based on the case details and that order stands unless addressed, argued or removed. Ask the attorney of record (or the counsel assigned to your case if you are indigent) to try to present o the court to remove that condition if possible.
Without doing it in court it is impossible to give you an advice on Avvo that will result in removal of the bond condition per court order.
Has to be addressed in court.
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In Knoxville pre-trial release is usually offered based upon the details of your current charges as well as your criminal history. Compliance with pre-trial release is essentially pre-trial probation. However, you can think of it as simply a condition of your bond, meaning that you must comply with the conditions set by your pre-trial officer in order to stay out on your bond. If you wish to be released from pre-trial supervision you should speak with your attorney.
It sounds as if they placed a condition on your pretrial release. Often these "conditions" like pretrial release are due to specific charges. For example in the case of a DUI charge they may place a condition that you not drive or if there are multiple DUI charges that you be required to wear a SCRAM bracelet to insure that you are not drinking. Or in the example of a domestic assault charge they may place a condition that you stay away from the alleged victim. The Judge has the authority to set conditions on your bond and those conditions my be a result of the charge or of facts alleged by the prosecutors. Contact your attorney and they may be able to have the conditions lifted.