""The double-shot picture, with front and profile shots alongside each
other, is so familiar from 'wanted' posters in the post office, motion pictures
and television, that the inference that the person involved has a criminal
record, or has at least been in trouble with police, is natural, perhaps
automatic," the appellate court wrote."He has been in
trouble with the police - that is why he was arrested and why this is a
question.If it is decided that a mug shot does not need to be taken
of him, than no mug shots should be taken of anyone else either.
Innocent until proven guilty.....I hate to admit it but I have to agree.