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Photos: Top 25 women's mug shots of 2013

When it comes to our annual mug shot roundup, it's ladies first.

Below, we've collected the 25 most memorable booking photos of women who've gotten cross-ways with the law -- enough to have been scheduled for a portrait you can bet all of them would have preferred to avoid.

Check them out below -- and be sure to click on the links or captions to see our original coverage.

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