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OAKLAND: FREE Reentry Legal Clinic for People with Records

  • All of Us or None's Freedom and Movement Center 4400 Market Street, Oakland, CA 94608 United States (map)

RSVP Here for Oakland “Access to Justice Day”!

On Thursday, June 20, 2019, from 4:00-6:30 pm, Root and Rebound will host a FREE ACCESS TO JUSTICE DAY  for people with arrest and conviction records to meet one-on-one with a member of our legal team.

You can ask us reentry-related legal questions or other questions about how your record impacts your life & rights. We will also be providing free know-your-rights resources including Root and Rebound Reentry Planning Toolkit .

Examples of questions we can help provide legal advice on include:
 parole and probation restrictions; visiting and reunifying with family members; cleaning up your record; learning about your employment and housing rights; occupational license issues; reinstating a Driver's License; getting basic forms of ID; immigration rights; and voting rights.

What to Bring:

Please bring a “RAP sheet" (a copy of your criminal record) for full record cleaning services. For more information on how to get a copy of your RAP sheet click here.


  • WHEN: Thursday, June 20th from 4:00-6:30 pm

  • WHERE:  All of Us None’s Freedom and Movement Center 4400 Market Street, Oakland CA 94608

  • WHO: Open to anyone with an arrest or conviction record or prior system involvement who has a question about how that affects their rights!

  • RSVP Here! (walk-ins welcome, too)

On Fridays, Root & Rebound runs a Reentry Legal Hotline (at phone # 510-279-4662) for anyone in California to ask our legal team questions about the impact of a criminal record across all areas of lifefamily law, employment, housing, obtaining ID and drivers licenses, court debt, public benefits, education, tribal law, immigration & more. We are also working to increase the number of in-person legal clinics we offer in regions where we have attorneys on the ground (Los Angeles/Sylmar, Fresno & the Bay Area), and mobile legal clinics in rural & tribal communities.