>>>> The judge refuse to release him he said he wants to find out what part the case is going to what does this mean for him? Also what is the real reason he is still locked up .
Now, I understand. The judge is probably saying that, while the evidence was insufficinet to establish probable cause to sustain an Indictment, the same conduct, or related conduct, might still be used to find him in violation of his probation. For example, even if he was not in the fight, if he was otherwise violating conditions of his probation, the judge might violate him.
What the outcome of a probation violation would be is far too complicated to speculate. The terms of a person's probation and the outcome in the event of a revocation can be defined differently for each defendant.