Kyle Crowl is an experienced trial attorney who specializes and is passionate about matters of criminal defense and family law. Kyle was born and raised in Montgomery County and graduated from Conroe High School in 2005.
Kyle attended Texas Tech University and while there was deeply involved with the Student Government Association and advocating on behalf of students to the administration including, but not limited to, helping convince the administration to not raise student fees once during his tenure. He was elected and appointed to countless positions within the student government and his various organizations. This is where Kyle built the foundation for the leadership he shows, both in his professional and personal life, to this day.
Upon completion of his undergrad studies, Kyle attended Texas Tech School of Law and while there, he was selected to be on the law school’s prestigious mock trial team to compete against law schools all across the country. While in school he also had the opportunity to work as an intern for a Montgomery County District Court, a criminal defense and family law firm and finally the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office. He received a provisional bar card his final year of law school in order to be able to represent indigent clients in family law matters through Tech Law’s Family Law Clinic.
After graduating law school, Kyle was hired as an Assistant District Attorney for Montgomery County, Texas before even passing the bar exam. During his four and half years at the District Attorney’s office, Kyle began as a misdemeanor prosecutor, prosecuting hundreds of cases including, but not limited to, DWI, assault, possession of marijuana and all kinds of traffic violations. Kyle was promoted to become a felony prosecutor after only one year in the misdemeanor division. He began prosecuting and trying all levels of felony cases for several years including, but not limited to, possession of drugs, drug dealing cases, felony assaults including family violence and aggravated cases, robberies and felony DWIs. Kyle was promoted again to serve as a misdemeanor chief prosecutor where he served as the supervising prosecutor over the prosecutors placed in both County Court of Law 4 and County Court of Law 5. Over the course of his four and a half years at the District Attorney’s Office, Kyle served as trial counsel for dozens of jury trials in almost every criminal court in Montgomery County, Texas.
Kyle resigned from the District Attorney’s office in January of 2018 in order to spend more time with his family and open a private practice with his brother in their hometown of Conroe, Texas. Kyle is a member of the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association and the Montgomery County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, Montgomery County Bar Association, Texas Young Lawyers Association, and First United Methodist Church of the Woodlands. When he’s not working, Kyle enjoys traveling, spending time with friends and family, watching any and all sports, especially played by Texas Tech. Kyle shares, along with his brother, a passion for navigating his clients through the complicated, stressful and often frightening world of criminal and family law.