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A mugshot lookup report delivers public mugshots and further profile information associated with an offender’s name and photo, such as arrest details, date of birth, aliases, distinctive characteristics (tattoos, scars), offense, charges, booking, bail and bond, and conviction.
Rely on a mugshot search report when you're looking for an offender's booking location, arresting agency, bail and bond details, the charges filed against them, photographs as well as any other documented data made available by the law enforcement agencies.
A mugshot report features a wealth of personal data, including arrestee's date of birth, sex, name, as well as arresting office, booking details, agency and location, arrest type, bail information, crime location, related infractions, mugshots, source state, and charge category.
Get to know the formal accusations made by the police, a public prosecutor, or any other governmental authorities for a given crime, with details containing case number, offense, plea, criminal charges, counts, charge date, indictment, sentence, and more case-specific data.
When defendants use a bail bond agent, this information will show up, together with the disposition (bail/deposit given/forfeited), conviction date and place, probation, total bond amount, bond agency, bond type, number, and bond status.
A mugshot is a two-part photographic portrait that serves as a time-stamped visual record of a suspect's appearance from the waist up, at a specific moment in time (in general immediately after the arrest took place). It includes both a frontal and profile photo of the offender. The arrestee is often required to hold a placard with name, booking ID, date of birth, weight, and more relevant information on it.
Before 1850, police relied only on written descriptions of suspects, which was often unclear. As soon as photography appeared on the scene, it became the main medium for accurate visual identification of alleged suspects. Mugshots were also part of the famously mass-printed “Wanted” posters. With digital photography mugshots can be connected immediately straight to the database record concerning the arrest, simplifying the process.
County jail mugshots feature people who face misdemeanor charges for crimes carrying penalties of up to one year of imprisonment related to offenses like simple assault, vandalism, traffic violations, reckless driving, trespassing, prostitution, petty theft, or first-time possession of drugs. While police mugshots are taken immediately after the suspect is arrested, to record their appearance at the time of the alleged crime, criminal mugshots are taken when someone is actually found guilty – charged with a crime for which they will be serving a prison sentence.
The general court or arrest record information could be inspected in person, by visiting the courthouse. However, the internet facilitated instant electronic access to publicly available police records, criminal records, court records, while allowing anyone to conduct an online inmate search, criminal record search, or view mugshots. A basic attempt to find mugshots online could return reports that include at least basic data such as:
If your mugshot is featured on a website, just contact them and ask them to remove it. If the conviction is expunged, emailing them the proof of your expungement will make a big difference and speed up the process.
Old mugshots are public records, therefore they are freely available on the state or local law enforcement departments or agencies' websites. The easiest way to access them for free is online, with a simple search on Infotracer.com.
Mugshots are released to the public to help the police, victims or witnesses of a crime to investigate, track and identify suspects already recorded in the criminal justice system. Mugshots are also used to warn people when dangerous criminals have escaped.
Specialized websites keep mugshots for up to 90 days. However, if your mugshot is still online although your conviction has been expunged, just contact the respective website, email them your proof of expungement and they'll take it down (there’s no law, but it's a common practice).
Mugshots, as they're part of the booking process and they're included in the arrest records, are public records. They can be accessed through law enforcement agencies' websites or easier, via the Infotracer.com lookup tool.
face shots are recommended format