Q. Is everyone listed here guilty of a charge?

A. No. All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Q. Isn’t this violating my rights?


A. No. Booking records are considered public record. We have the same civil liberties publishing booking records as other news outlets, such as newspaper and television news.

Q. Once you have booking data data can it be removed?


A. Yes. Click through to the booking records details and click “Remove this Record”.

Q. Is it free to view arrest records?


A. Yes. It is 100% free of charge to view our data.

Q. How does the bail bond process work?


A. The process is best explained by watching this video on how bail bonds work.

Q. Do you plan on requiring users to register?


A. No. The public is free to peruse the arrest database without registering.

Q. Is Buckfumble ran by a government agency?


A. No. We are not affiliated with any local, state or federal government agency.

Q. Why is my arrest record still showing up on Google?


A. We submit the request to Google to remove your name from their search engine; however, it can take up to a week before it is removed.

Q. Are you violating copyright law posting these images?


A. No. According to Federal Law copyright does not prohibit the reproduction of public records.

Q. What is your refund policy?


A. All service fees are non-refundable once the service has been performed. All charge reversals on completed services are treated as theft of services and a claim will be filed in our local small claims court to recover the original service fee, charge back fee, administration fee, and attorney fees.

Q. Why does an arrest record still appear on the site if the charges were dropped?


Arrest and booking records simply state who, when and why (if available) someone was arrested or booked. It does not imply guilt. An arrested or booked individual is innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. What happens in a court of law (for example, when charges are dropped), is outside the scope of Buckfumble.com and must be researched independently by the user of the site.

A. If someone is released on their own recognizance, would that person still be on Buckfumble.com? Generally, if an individual is processed (or booked), then their arrest would show up on the site. Whether the person is processed before being released is hard to determine and is based on the policies of the arresting organization and possibly their current case load.

Q. What would exclude someone from being included on Buckfumble.com?


A. There might be some instances when Buckfumble.com does not display a record:

  1. If the record is not posted publicly.
  2. If the organization supplying the records has a technical issue and never supplies the record for a certain individual or day.
  3. If the individual is under 18. Our policy is not to display the record. However, Texas, for example, considers 17 year olds as adults.

Q. When does Buckfumble.com remove a record from the site?


A. Records remain on the site indefinitely until the individual opts-out. We have a free opt-out that goes into affect 30 days from signup. After that time we remove the record and setup the page to be removed from major search engine results (like Google). Keep in mind that we do not have direct control of the results of the major searches and sometimes it takes a few weeks for the search engines to update their results. However if you find a record is still displaying (after removal on Buckfumble) on a major search engine (like Google), then please contact us.