It's that time again, when we round up the most memorable mug shots of the year. We'll share a slew of collections for the next couple of weeks, leading up to our top choices -- an array so hefty that a single blog post won't be able to contain them.
First, though, scare yourself straight, in a manner of speaking, by checking out the most intimidating images of 2011 -- and be sure to click on the links to check out our original coverage.
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