Smart & Effective Criminal Defense

Board Certified, Criminal Law — Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Helping clients dealing with domestic violence, drug crimes, theft, juvenile crimes and other criminal matters.


Don’t take chances with your future. It is critical to work with a proven criminal attorney who will protect you.

Criminal Defense

Choosing an experienced and aggressive criminal defense lawyer could be the most important decision of your life.

Family Violence

If you have been accused of domestic assault, you need an experienced attorney to guide you.

Drug Crimes

Even a misdemeanor drug crime conviction can have serious consequences. Don't speak without your attorney present.


From misdemeanor to felony theft, Keith G. Allen has the reputation for success to defend your theft accusation.

Attorney Keith G. Allen

Attorney Keith G. Allen is Board Certified in Criminal Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. He has over 25 years of experience handling thousands of felony and misdemeanor cases such as juvenile defense, drug charges, gun charges and weapons crimes, domestic violence charges, DWI, probation violations, bond reductions, assault, theft, forgery and many other charges.

There’s no time to waste. Your defense starts with a free consultation.


If you have been charged with driving while intoxicated (DWI), working with a knowledgeable criminal defense attorney gives you the best chance of successfully navigating the Texas legal system.

Juvenile Defense

A juvenile record can cause significant damage to a young person’s future, crippling your chances to enter the military, find employment, obtain a state license, or enter the college of your choice.


A criminal record can be devastating, especially if it is impacting your ability to procure employment. Fortunately for Pearland and Brazoria County residents, attorney Keith G. Allen has the experience and skill set necessary to help you.


Legal Insight from the Keith G. Allen Law Blog

Criminal Defense
April 18, 2021

Key Differences Between Protective Orders and Restraining Orders in Texas

Many people use the terms “protective order” and “restraining order” interchangeably, but they serve different purposes and carry different penalties. Texas criminal courts oversee protective orders, meaning that violations result…
Criminal Defense
April 11, 2021

Understanding Assault With a Deadly Weapon Charges in Texas

For those in Texas accused of assault with a deadly weapon, also called aggravated assault, a conviction could lead to several years in prison, costly fines, and other lasting limitations…
Criminal Defense
April 4, 2021

Domestic Violence and Assault Crimes on the Rise in Texas

Like most other major cities across the country, Houston saw a rise in violent crime in 2020. Stressors exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic may have played a role, but experts…