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Mugshots Laws in Texas Could Mean More People Get Stuck On Mugshot Websites, but New service promises to remove personal information in 72 hours.


Slidell, LA -- (ReleaseWire) -- 06/25/2014 -- Reputation Management agency has just announced that they will allow customers to pay for mugshot removals in Texas, Georgia, and Florida directly on their website before State Bills become Law. Once pending bills become State Law then all mugshot websites will no longer offer removal options – which means all arrested individuals will remain on the mugshot website indefinitely. Remove is a 3rd party mugshot removal services that has been successful in helping clients remove their personal information from public records sites like

One such mugshot website, collects real time arrest information from local sheriff departments, and then distributes that same information to the public. no longer allows arrested individuals to pay for mugshot removals in Utah which keeps them in compliance with State Laws regarding Mugshot Websites, but now all the people on that site will remain on the mugshot website.

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With several State Bills pushing through Capital building all over the country, once those pending Bills become Law then very view people will be able to remove their Mugshots. This is another reason a representative from says it’s best to remove all online mugshots now before the option is no longer available.

“In theory the Mugshot Laws seems like a good thing until you actually read what the bills says. To sum it up mugshot websites will no longer be able to charge for the removal of a mugshot - thus leaving the arrested citizens on the mugshot websites forever.”

The representative went on to say that mugshot websites are not required to remove pictures that were once part of public record, therefore the people currently on those sites have about 90 days to get their pictures removed. “Once the payment option is removed then that ends the mugshot website owners obligation to the State Law, which means the featured person could do life in the Google Jail.”

Texas State Law is in the final stages of consideration by legislators so now is a good time to remove any and all booking information from the first page of Google including mugshot photos. If you are someone you know is currently on a website like then please visit Remove

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