Dallas police took this mug shot of Lee Harvey Oswald on November 23, 1963 after he was arrested for assassinating President John F. Kennedy.
Robert James Ritchie (aka Kid Rock) was arrested by Michigan cops in March 1991 and September 1997. Both arrests were alcohol related, though dispositions are unclear.
Now that John Gotti's pushing up daisies at St. John's Cemetery, all we have to remind us of the Dapper Don are these mug shots--pictures, shattered pictures of the smiles we left behind.
Jesse Jackson was arrested by Decatur, Illinois cops in December 1999 and charged with criminal trespass and contributing to the delinquency of a minor in connection with a demonstration at a local high school. The civil rights activist was protesting the expulsion of six students who were kicked out of school for fighting.
NBA star Jason Kidd was arrested by Paradise Valley, Arizona police in January 2001 and charged with domestic abuse. Kidd pleaded guilty and was ordered to attend anger management classes.
Hugh Grant was arrested in June 1995 by Hollywood police who caught him in the act with hooker Divine Brown. The actor pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor lewd conduct charge and was sentenced to two years probation, and ordered to pay a fine.
Former baseball All-Star Darryl Strawberry was arrested by Tampa police in April 1999 and charged with possession of cocaine and soliciting a prostitute. He has since been rearrested (and jailed) several times for violating probation terms.
Christian Slater was arrested at New Yorks John F. Kennedy Airport in December 1994 and charged with criminal possession of a weapon (the actor had packed a piece). Slater reached a plea agreement in early-1995 that required him to spend three days working with homeless children.
Former NBA star Charles Barkley was arrested by Milwaukee police in December 1991 for allegedly punching a man in the face. In June 1992, a jury acquitted him of the assault charge.
Microsoft boss Bill Gates was photographed by the Albuquerque, New Mexico police in 1977 after a traffic violation (details of which have been lost over time).