Texas Criminal Defense Lawyer
If you are facing a criminal charge in Texas, choosing an experienced and aggressive criminal defense lawyer to fight for your rights and freedom could be the most important decision of your life. Don’t take chances with your future. It is critical to work with a proven criminal attorney who will protect you. Call (832) 230-0075 now for a free initial consultation.
I have handled thousands of criminal cases and have experience in all felony and misdemeanor charges including juvenile defense, drug charges, gun charges and weapons-related crimes, domestic violence charges, sex crimes, DWI cases, probation matters, bond reductions, manslaughter, murder, assault, theft, forgery, conspiracy, solicitation and organized crime. I am Board Certified in Criminal Law and specialize in defending those who have been accused of a crime. I will protect your rights and fight for you.
Conviction of a juvenile crime in Texas can cause significant damage to a child’s future, crippling their chances for a good education, limiting scholarships, and reducing their choice of future occupations. Read More
For any weapons-related crime, it is critical to have knowledgeable and proven legal representation. An experienced gun crime attorney can be the difference between acquittal and a prison sentence. Read More
Even a misdemeanor drug crime conviction on your record can have serious consequences. It is crucial to work with an experienced drug charges attorney following an arrest to help avoid a conviction. Read More
Driving While Intoxicated (DWI)
If you have been charged with Driving While Intoxicated (DWI), working with a knowledgeable DWI attorney gives you the best chance of successfully managing the legal system. Read More
Keith G. Allen
Keith G. Allen is Board Certified in Criminal Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. He has personally handled thousands of criminal cases and has extensive trial experience.
Being charged with a crime in Texas isn’t something that you want to face alone. It is crucial that you speak with a defense attorney as soon as possible. Without exception, statements should not be made to authorities without an attorney present. Regardless of innocence, making a statement without qualified counsel can hurt your case. Don’t face the Criminal Justice System alone. Read More