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Where can I find mug shots from Clayton County?

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There are several places to view mug shots from Clayton County, Ga., online, including the county jail's website and Mugshots.com. These photos of individuals come with the disclaimer that all are presumed innocent until their case has been heard in a court of law.

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Mug shots of criminals currently incarcerated in the Clayton County Jail are viewable on the jail's website as long as the searcher has the full name of the individual who is being held. Inmates may request that their mug shot be removed from the websites, even if they are found guilty for the crimes of which they have been accused.

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