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Family & Criminal Law Attorneys Put Over 25 Years Of Experience In Your Corner

D. Keith Wilcutt II HeadshotD. Keith Wilcutt II

Keith Wilcutt is a graduate of Glasgow High School and attended the University of Kentucky where he received a degree in Political Science. Mr. Wilcutt attended Florida Coastal School of Law where he received his Jurist Doctorate. After graduating from law school, Mr. Wilcutt clerked for the Barren Circuit Court before moving to Bowling Green, Kentucky. Mr. Wilcutt has two children who both attend school in Warren County.

Mr. Wilcutt focuses his practice on both Family and Criminal Law. Mr. Wilcutt handles divorce, custody and adoption cases as well as domestic violence cases. In the past CASA has awarded Mr. Wilcutt as the Guardian Ad Litem of the year at their annual awards banquet. Mr. Wilcutt also practices criminal law at all levels, including both District and Circuit Court as well as Federal Court.

Mr. Wilcutt in his spare time is a big fan of Western Kentucky basketball and enjoys supporting the Hilltoppers along with spending time with his family.


  • Member of Warren County Bar Association
  • Member of Barren county Bar Association
  • Admitted to practice in the Western District of the United States Federal Court
  • Member of the Kentucky Bar Association
  • Previous board member of Big Brothers, Big Sisters South Central Kentucky

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Smith & Wilcutt, LLC

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  • Backed By Over 25 Years Of Experience
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