Subject to Publishing License Agreement:
Unpublish (Un·pub·lish): To make specified and existing published content ‘publicly unavailable’. Publish (Pub·lish): Is the process of dissemination of information — the activity of making information available to the general public. Edit (ed·it): To alter, by correcting, revising, or adapting.
UnpublishArrest.com submits licensing applications for *permanent unpublishing, permanent publishing and **content editing of arrest records and mugshots from The Mugshots.com Database (Licensor), the same database which powers the Mugshots.com website. If an application for licensing permanent unpublishing, permanent publishing or editing is not accepted, a full 100% refund will be granted.
*As a courtesy, when permanent unpublishing is chosen and information is unpublished from The Mugshots.com Database; requests will be submitted to Google to have the inactive links (dead links) and mugshots associated with the arrest(s) and Mugshots.com removed from the Google search results. Google results are controlled by Google and as such; courtesy Google submissions are not guaranteed nor are they part of the optional paid service provided. Google’s removal lead times average 7-10 days and can take as long as 4 weeks.
**Content Editing: Ability to add information to current entry in order to reflect better accuracy or latest case status. When choosing content editing; information may only be added, no content can or will be removed or deleted.