Bad things frequently happen to good people, and we fully understand this real fact of life. When you contact the Law Offices of Scott G. Hilderman, P.C., we won’t treat you like a second-class citizen simply because you’ve been charged with a crime or made a mistake.

If you’ve been charged with a criminal offense, choosing the right attorney is one of the most important decisions you can make. Your reputation, freedom, money and property are all at stake. You could be prevented from working in certain jobs and be marked forever with an arrest record.

Montana Felonies
Felony cases are handled by Montana District Courts and include major crimes such as homicide, sexual intercourse without consent, and many drug charges. Conviction of a felony includes the possibility of significant jail time and the potential for life-long consequences.

Montana Misdemeanors
In Montana, most misdemeanor cases are held in Justice Court. While most people believe misdemeanors to be “no big deal,” nothing could be further from the truth. Misdemeanors require the proper defense and attention to detail that only a skilled attorney can provide.

White Collar Crimes
White Collar crime is a crime committed by a person of respectability and high social status in the course of his occupation. It often includes offenses such as money laundering, fraud, mortgage fraud, identity theft, bribery, money laundering, and insider trading. These cases can involve accounting irregularities, fraudulent filings, and other issues rarely seen in criminal court.

At The Law Offices of Scott G. Hilderman, P.C., we believe that criminal defense is about the business of justice. Therefore, our approach to each case is different: creating an innovative defense creates innovative solutions. We can provide aggressive representation no matter the strategy chosen. Although we can promise nothing more than our absolute best effort, that effort generally leads to excellent results!

Don’t Become A Statistic

The Week Staff (May 23,2012) 25 years of wrongful convictions: By the numbers. Retreaived March 15,2014. from

25 years of wrongful convictions: By the numbers