This is a BIG no. In fact, if your case was expunged, there should no longer be a mug shot. I am an expert on Expungement in Massachusetts, and I'm sure it's different, but here is how I handle expungements:
- I obtain a court order ordering the clerk's office to destroy/shred the clerk's file, remove the arrest record from my client's criminal record, ordering the police to destroy all reports, notes and arrest reports (this would have your mug shot), and any other evidence of the arrest, or case.
I see expungement as erasing the event entirely, not just sealing the record so you don;t have to tell employers when applying for jobs.
You may have a claim to have them remove your picture. Call a Montana attorney for a consultation.
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