Kate West has contributed to the University of Minnesota's 'The Society Pages' as part of a roundtable of experts considering the 'enduring effects of online mugshots'. Her theoretical contribution suggests that viewing mug shots functions as a check on our own morality and rejects ‘presumption of innocence’ arguments that presuppose the mug shot is and should be considered part of the criminal justice constructs of guilt and innocence.
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