Attorney Keith G. Allen

Keith G. Allen is certified in Criminal Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. He has personally handled thousands of criminal cases and boasts extensive trial experience.

Keith has handled numerous cases involving driving while intoxicated (DWI), manslaughter, homicide, assault, drugs, weapons, theft, forgery, trespassing, burglary, robbery, arson, criminal mischief, fraud, credit card abuse, evading & resisting arrest, conspiracy, solicitation and organized crime. He has tried numerous cases in state district courts, county courts and justice of the peace courts.

“Thank you Keith Allen for all you do for our community. It's been great getting to know you and your beautiful family through the years!”

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Experience and Dedication in Brazoria County

Keith Allen’s experience covers all phases of criminal law including jury trials, court trials, probation revocations, appeals, pre-trial hearings, arraignments, grand jury proceedings, bond reductions, plea negotiations, and case evaluations.


Keith attended the University of Texas at Austin and received his bachelor’s degree in 1989. He then graduated from Law School at the University of Houston and was admitted to practice law on May 1, 1992 by the Supreme Court of Texas. After law school, Keith started his career in criminal law at the Liberty County Attorney’s Office before moving to the Brazoria County Criminal District Attorney’s Office in 1995. While at the District Attorney’s Office, he rose to the position of First Assistant District Attorney, the highest job in the District Attorney’s Office aside from the publicly elected position of District Attorney. While there, Keith gained extensive experience in criminal law and was responsible for a staff of more than 50 employees. Keith was then awarded a Certificate in Criminal Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Since then, Keith has gone into private practice opening the Law Offices of Keith G. Allen PLLC where he continues to serve and represent the people of Texas in criminal law matters.