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I was wrongfully terminated due to my co-worker filed second degree assault for touching her back and hand for us to talk about why she threw paperwork at me in my office, she refused to talk and walked away, there was a witness who wanted to mediate, i was not trying to hurt her in anyway, i went to court today to defend myself, my witness came as well to testify. The girl didn't even show up. I'm still unemployed, I can't collect unemployment because I've only been working at this job for about 4 months, I'm sending my resume like crazy, no response at all, what can I do to revenge her in legal way? Any suggestions would help.  
   
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If the case was dismissed against you in court you can take civil action against her and present the court dismissal paperwork to your former employer and possibly obtain your job back for wrongful termination. The pressure of getting your job back might provoke her to quit. Or you can sue your former employer for not having more proof to terminate you and taking her side. I am a former legal secretary. It appears you have some cause for action.
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