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Mugshots.us.org Worries New Bill Could Remove Mug Shots from All Websites

March 11, 2013

The company releases a statement regarding the new legislation that could outlaw mug shots.

Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) March 11, 2013

According to Fox 13 in Salt Lake City, lawmakers are trying to pass a Utah bill that could stop law enforcement agencies and public record websites from giving out mug shots. Mugshots.us.org takes their position on online arrest photos and their own database.

A representative from Mugshots.us.org commented, “We’re not one of the agencies that looks to provide arrest photos to people for the fun of it. We are legitimately trying to provide an honest service to consumers using our website by providing arrest records and mug shots to those looking to keep safe.”

“We also want to make it clear that mug shots do not mean someone has a criminal record. This just means they have been arrested for one reason or another and may have not been convicted of a crime,” shared the company agent.

Mugshots.us.org is not looking to scam those with arrest records into trying to find their jail photo or prevent them from possible future employment. These identification photos are a matter of public record and the company is complying with all laws to provide these records to those using their website.

For more information about mug shots or arrest records offered by the company, visit Mugshots.us.org. The company hopes their business service will remain intact and will continue to offer mug shot records until bills are enforced

About Mugshots.us.org:

Visit a top online resource for arrest records and mug shots at Mugshots.us.org. They have thousands of records for you to search through, so finding any criminal record or mug shot is easy. With the simple search of a name consumers can find almost any mug shot on the U.S. legal record.

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/prwebmugshotsusorg/new-bill-position/prweb10512987.htm


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