If its pre-trial, the accused hasn’t actually been convicted of anything yet. The purpose of a trial is to establish innocence or guilt, and our system presumes innocence. Treating defendants like they are guilty before their trial violates presumption of innocence. I don’t have a problem releasing information about criminals in this system *after* they have been found guilty or to a limited degree (non-identifying information, to be used for statistical analysis of program effectiveness), if they actually fail to show up for trial. But not otherwise!