Biesecker, Tripp, Sink & Fritts, LLP


If you have ever been arrested then there was a record created even if the charges were later dropped or dismissed! An arrest record found on a your criminal record is often mis-interpreted as a conviction.  Arrest records, criminal charges, and criminal convictions are a matter of public record. Because this information is so readily available now, having a “record” may now affect opportunities for employment, education, housing, loans, licenses, certifications and more. 

The good news is that you may be eligible to have this information completely removed from all public records. 


Roger S. Tripp