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Transitions / Formerly Incarcerated: Legal Resources

This guide provides recommended resources for research and services related to formerly incarcerated students.

FREE Legal Advice for SBCC Students!

We are pleased to offer access to an attorney for FREE legal education and advice to SBCC's currently enrolled students. The attorney is located on the main campus in the Office of Student Life (CC-217) on Fridays from 1:00pm - 4:00pm by appointment, and drop-ins are seen if time permits.

Students can call (805) 730-4062 or email, to schedule an appointment.

*Please note that if you are an online student seeking legal assistance, your first appointment must be an on campus meeting with the legal advisor. The attorney can speak with students about criminal matters, landlord/tenant/roommate disputes, consumer issues, family law, traffic tickets, personal injury, credit/debt problems, small claims, and other areas of law. The service is not available for students experiencing an issue with another student, or with the college. Contact us to schedule an appointment today.

The Student Legal Center is provided by the Office of Student Life and your Associated Student Government.

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