2022 Rhode Island General Laws
Title 12 - Criminal Procedure
Chapter 12-1 - Identification and Apprehension of Criminals
Section 12-1-10.1. - Photographs and descriptive information.

Universal Citation: RI Gen L § 12-1-10.1. (2022)

§ 12-1-10.1. Photographs and descriptive information.

In the case of every offense for which an indictment has been returned or an information filed, the person for which an indictment or information has been filed, if not previously fingerprinted by the arresting police department for the offense, shall report to the bureau of criminal identification of the department of attorney general to submit to fingerprinting, a photograph and the collection of descriptive information. In the event the individual indicted or informed against has not previously been fingerprinted for the offense is in the custody of the department of corrections or detained at a similar detention facility, the investigating police department shall obtain fingerprints and a photograph from the individual charged and submit a set of said fingerprints to the department of attorney general’s bureau of criminal identification within twenty-one (21) days of arraignment on the indictment or information.

History of Section.
P.L. 2002, ch. 417, § 2.

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