4500 Eldorado Pkwy,
Ste 3000 McKinney,
D Magazine also named Kyle to the Best Lawyers Under 40 list in 2018. National Trial Lawyers Association named Kyle “Top 40 under 40” in his practice in 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018.
Kyle focuses his practice on representing individuals in both pending criminal cases and in criminal appeals. This is a dual-threat approach to criminal law. As an attorney who handles criminal appeals, Kyle has a reputation in the trial courts as an attorney who will take his cases to the next level when necessary. This provides value to clients with pending criminal matters who are hoping to convince a prosecutor for a favorable outcome or persuade a judge that their rights were violated.
As a criminal attorney, Kyle combines aggressiveness and experience as a trial attorney with the finesse and savvy of an advocate to address the unique concerns of each individual client. Being well-prepared and remaining several steps ahead is his motto as well as what his clients expect.
When Kyle is not in the courtroom he authors legal guides and delivers lectures to other criminal defense lawyers around the State. Kyle is published in the “Voice for the Defense” magazine published by the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyer’s Association (TCDLA) and in the Journal of Empirical Legal Studies. He currently serves as the Secretary/Treasurer of the statewide Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Education Institute, an attorney on the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association Amicus Committee, and a lecturer on Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association’s Criminal Defense Lawyer’s Project. Locally, Kyle presides as a Collin County Teen Court Judge and serves on the board of directors to the Plano Bar Association and to the Collin County Criminal Defense Lawyer’s Association, and he is the immediate past president of the McKinney Bar Association.
Prior to starting his law practice, Kyle Therrian attended law school at the University of Oklahoma where he was recognized as one of the top oral advocates in his class and inducted into the Order of Solicitors. While attending law school, he focused his legal education on the practice of Criminal and Constitutional Law. Kyle was the named the Captain of the OU’s prestigious White-Collar Crime Mock Trial Team and was invited to compete in the Black Law Student Association’s regional mock trial competition where he received the honor of “Best Advocate.” He blogs at https://allentexascriminallaw.com/.
Outside of the firm Kyle manages and plays goalie for a local hockey team. He is also busy prepping his team for another state championship win at the Statewide Teen Court Mock Trial Competition.