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Photos: Top ten most painful-looking mug shots of 2013

As we continue our annual mug shot roundup, we point to an unexpected trend: This year, we received an unexpectedly high number of booking photos featuring people who definitely look worse for the wear. People who are bloody, bruised, in neck braces or, in one case, outfitted with an eye patch.

Clearly, these pics weren't taken on their best day. Check out the ten photos below, and be sure to click on the links or captions to see our original coverage.

Read more in "Jose Guadalupe Luna, deputy, gets DUI bust -- and bloody mug shot." Read more in "Philip Brown's schmucky idea of a break-in target -- a sheriff's substation." Continue to see more of 2013's most painful-looking mug shots. Read more in "Air Force sex assaults: Prevention chief arrested ten years after scandal at Air Force Academy." Read more in "Dean Carlson, DUI driver, asked for sentence reduction shortly after victim died." Continue to see more of 2013's most painful-looking mug shots. Read more in "Eric Williams's bust in Texas DA murders nixes theory about Colorado white supremacy link." Read more in "Photos: Kevin Winnie pleads guilty in DUI death of friend Jaryd Tiff." Continue to see more of 2013's most painful-looking mug shots. Read more in "Robert Lee Larsen's drunken, face-smashing crime spree lands schmucky pal in jail, too." Read more in "Kenneth Lankford, ex-member of Most Wanted List, busted for double murder." Continue to see more of 2013's most painful-looking mug shots. Read more in "Latoya Nelson busted in hit-and-run that killed Charlie Herrera, 85, at 13th and Kalamath."

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