January 2014 marked the adoption of the new ACJA 5-201 “Evidence Based Pretrial Services” via Administrative Order 2014-12. This set the governance for pretrial for all courts in Arizona incorporating research and evidence-based practices. Pretrial services provides information to judicial officers to assist in pretrial release decision making and/or assist a person accused with any conditions of release.
The pretrial process within the state of Arizona counties
Common Conditions of Release:
Standard Conditions of Release (issued by the Court)
Obey all laws.
Do not leave Arizona without the approval of the court.
Notify the court, your attorney and/or pretrial services of any change of address.
Appear at all court proceedings.
If released after judgment and sentence, diligently pursue any appeal.
Special Conditions (discretionary by the Court)
Do not possess or control any stun guns, tasers, firearms, ammunition, deadly or prohibited items. Report all contacts with law enforcement
Do not possess or ingest any liquids containing alcohol or any illegal substances. Submit to drug and/or alcohol testing.
Do not have any contact with the alleged victim. Contact may be limited to by mail , telephone, email or through third parties, etc.
Participate in any program of assistance
Electronic Monitoring (EM):Abide by the conditions and regulations of the EM program and the curfew restrictions established by the Court.
Other conditions may be imposed at discretion of the court.
Click on the appropriate county for the most accurate information and contact person:
Apache County Cochise County Coconino County Gila County Graham County Greenlee County
Maricopa County Mohave County Navajo County Pima County Pinal County Santa Cruz County Yavapai County Yuma County
Kristie Wooley-APSD Central Services Manager
Ceirra Hoctor- Program Specialist