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www.drizzydrake.org is protected under the Fair Use law for usage of all images on our website, but we do respect the owner/photographer request for citation updates as well as removal. Removal can take 7-14 days depending on when we are able to process your request. You must submit (1) request form per image.

Image Copyright Request Form

Please fill out the form in its entirety so we can quickly process your submission. By filling out the form below, you are acknowleding that you are the owner/photographer of the image in question. It may take anywhere from 7-14 days to process your request, but we usually can process your request within 1-2 business days.
  • We will send you a message via Facebook to verify you are who you say you are. We've had people try to impersonate others, so this is are way of verifying who you are without asking for an ID.
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  • Please type your full name. This will serve as your digital signature acknowledging that the information provided above by you is correct. By signing this you are claiming to be the person who owns the rights to the image submitted above.

    Forgery is a type of fraud that carries many of the same penalties as counterfeiting because the three crimes often overlap. The penalty for forgery can vary a great deal depending on many factors, like the severity of the crime, the extent of the crime and whether or not it was committed on a national level. In any case, it is imperative to contact a criminal lawyer to defend these types of cases. Most forgery cases are tried on a state level using state-mandated penalties. But forgery is also a federal offense, and in some circumstances the federal courts will try forgery cases.