Yesterday, we kicked off our look at the most memorable mug shots of 2014 with a look at women's booking photos. Today, it's time for ink -- and if you think this shot of Justin Lamb's "FUCK COPS" tat is eye-catching, just wait until you see the rest of his head. Check out our top twelve below, and be sure to click on the captions or links to see our original coverage.
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