Why Trial Experience Matters
We all know the saying “practice makes perfect.” While it may not hold true every single time, it is fair to say that the more experience you have, the more likely you are to succeed at whatever it is you are doing.
While this is applicable to nearly all areas of life, it is especially important in terms of dealing with a legal matter. When faced with criminal charges, you can give yourself the best chance of achieving a favorable outcome by working with someone who, over the course of more than 30 years devoted to criminal defense and handling thousands of criminal cases, has experience equaled by few others. That includes trial experience.
Extensive Trial Experience Means I Am Always Prepared
I am attorney George F. Hildebrandt, and I have been practicing criminal law in Syracuse and the neighboring areas of New York for more than 30 years. In that time, I have taken hundreds of cases to trial.
What this means for you is that I am ready for anything. Going to trial is not the best option in every situation — but sometimes it is. And when it is, I will be ready to skillfully represent you because I have done it numerous times before.
Trying a case requires extensive preparation, the ability to think on your feet, and a certain level of composure. Not all lawyers possess these qualities. My track record of success at trial proves that I do.
I Won’t Limit Your Options
Not all lawyers like going to trial — and some never have. When this is the case, they may try to steer you toward options they feel more comfortable handling, even if they aren’t your best options.
When you work with me, however, you can feel confident that I will explore all possibilities when determining how to achieve the best outcome for you. Because I have decades of trial experience, I will never shy away from taking your case to trial if it is in your best interests.