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Most people agree that a picture is worth a thousand words. But if this picture is an online mugshot photo documenting one of your lowest points, it could cost you much more and impact your long-term future.
For example, an online mugshot could be the reason a potential employer decides to go with another candidate. Even if your state prohibits employers from asking about arrests, a simple Google search can cast you in the wrong light.
Instead of allowing a poor choice or situation that may have been out of your control to haunt you for the rest of your life, you can own the narrative with bail bond search removal. In the most simple sense, bail bond search removal is the process of removing your arrest mugshot from websites that look to profit on your demise.
To provide further clarity, the team at Erase Mugshots has created the Guide to Bail Bond Search Removal. We cover the basics to many bail bond mugshot removal FAQs from A to Z. Read on to learn more and if you’re looking for quick, private, and 100% guaranteed removal, give us a call today!
Bail Bond Search was designed to be a resource for bail bondsmen across the United States. The original intent was for it to act as a central national inmate directory for bail bondsmen to search who was in jail.
Even though the site may have been helpful for bail bondsmen, it’s accessible to virtually anyone. Because of this, it can be humiliating for those whose mugshot is broadcast on bail bonds search. Even more alarming is the personal information usually displayed beneath your embarrassing booking photo. This information may include your:
The main danger of your mugshot being broadcast across the web is it implies you are associated with a criminal act. Even if you were never convicted, the arrest mugshot will suggest your involvement with nefarious or criminal activity. And this negative image can impact your life in more ways than one.
We previously alluded to one condition where a potential employer could easily search and find your mugshot from several years ago. At the same time, having your mugshot in a bail bond search could ruin professional relationships and cast you in an unfair light.
If you’re looking to go the most economical route to have your jail mugshot removed from bail bond search, there are a couple of options. It’s important to understand that neither of these methods are 100% certain, but they may be worth a try.
One of the first steps you can take is to reach out to the webmaster of the site directly and request that your mugshot be removed. To do so, go to the contact page or question section of the website to research the expressed reasons they will voluntarily remove your mugshot. If your efforts are fruitful, the website’s webmaster will remove your mugshot from the page instead of it being suppressed via search engines.
Another option is for you to reach out directly to Google. And because Google is the largest and most popular search engine, you may prefer to have Google suppress the mugshot results. It’s important to understand that Google will remove search engine results for specific legal reasons.
This means it may behoove you to research these reasons to see if your quality. Google may also remove personal information, such as an arrest mugshot, upon request if the information poses a risk or harm to you. By most accounts, however, Google isn’t likely to remove arrest mugshots if it’s readily available to the public.
No. Since 2013, 18 different states have pushed bills to prevent and restrict mugshot websites from charging you to remove your mugshot. A growing number of states have laws that prohibit the distribution of your mugshot on bail bond websites. These states will usually offer clear instructions on what you should do to remove your mugshot from the site for free.
These instructions typically include submitting written documentation through mail to request they remove your mugshot from their site. Because of this, you should always check the laws of the state in which you were arrested.
Expunging or sealing your record is one option that can be a little more challenging to accomplish, but can yield the desired result. And the crime you committed must fall within the purview of the expungement law. In most instances, this means the crime has to be a minor offense, such as:
While the rules can vary from state to state, most expungements will require a particular amount of time has transpired since the conviction or incident. An expungement also usually requires that you haven’t been convicted of other criminal offenses.
The expungement typically involves you filing a petition with the court to have your arrest record sealed or expunged. If your expungement is successful, you can send the order to the website where your arrest mugshot is published. Many — but not all — mugshot arrest websites will remove your information if you have gone through the process of expungement. However, this may not always be the case. At the same time, certain states will require the website to remove the mugshot when you present this evidence to them.
When it comes to the best bail bond search removal solution, there is no one-size-fits-all fix. What works well for one person may render insufficient results for you. However, customers often find the most success by partnering with the experienced and trusted professionals at Erase Mugshots.
For more than 10 years, the Erase Mugshots team has specialized in executing strategic bail bond search removal. To date, we have successfully removed more than 100,000 mugshots and helped over 10,000 clients. We offer quick, private, and 100% guaranteed solutions. As experts in bail bond search removal, we utilize an array of methods and best practices, empowering you to regain control of your public image.
At Erase Mugshots, we take a tailored approach to successfully removing mugshots from bail bond searches. Although no two cases are alike, they all start with a free bail bond search removal analysis. Our seasoned team of removal specialists will meticulously scour the web to uncover all:
After we’ve conducted a thorough analysis, someone from our bail bond search removal team will reach out to you to discuss the findings and create a tailored plan of attack.
Yes! Erase Mugshots specialize in quickly and efficiently removing mugshots from different bail bond search databases. As a part of the bail bond removal service, we will remove your criminal records from each website; and then we notify Google, Bing, and Yahoo to remove your information as well as block it from appearing.
While this may suffice and result in your mugshot being removed, we also offer several packages that can be catered to your unique needs. Some of the most common services include:
Many customers come to us as a last resort because they have, unfortunately, paid the site directly to remove their mugshot. After making this mistake, they notice the same mugshot and arrest pops up on another site. And the process continues.
It’s similar to modern-day legal web extortion. At Erase Mugshots, you pay us one time for the arrest record, and we will guarantee it will be removed from all websites — never to return. If it does, it’s on us! Best of all, all of our projects are backed by a 100% Money-Back Guarantee.
When we remove your mugshot, you can rest assured all records are blocked from appearing. As an added measure, we request that all traces of the mugshot, image, and record be permanently deleted from search engines, including:
And in the rare event, a trace of the mugshot and/or arrest record reappears, the team at Erase Mugshot will reconcile the problem at no additional charge to you. However, it’s imperative this is the same arrest.
While it’s possible for you to complete bail bond search removal, it takes time and can end up costing you exponentially more. No matter what, the process can be overwhelming and include volumes of legal paperwork. Properly conducting bail bond search removal is a tedious process loaded with pitfalls.
However, you are not alone. At Erase Mugshots, you have access to an entire team of around-the-clock 24/7 support. We will provide you with timely updates as we work through your mugshot removal solution.
Best of all, we offer flexible monthly payments as well as several other options designed to work with the tightest of budget. Our goal is to make our services accessible to those who need us the most. And getting started is easy and hassle-free.
Contact us today for your free bail bond search removal consultation and analysis by calling 866-626-9930