If I was in a retail store and was accused of stealing earrings, so I ended up giving up my own earrings, is there anything I can do as far as suing them?
Question Details: They banned me from the store.
No, you can't sue them if you agreed to give them your earrings: you chose to do so (when you could have refused), and by choosing to "settle" the matter that way, you cannot now sue about a voluntary outcome. You also cannot sue about being banned from the store: stores have the right to ban people they suspect (even if it has not been proven) of stealing.
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