You seem to be saying the case was dismissed. You could sue for mailicious prosecution if you can show there was no probable cause for your arrest or for the filing of the complaint. However, usually the report by a citizen witness of a crime is sufficient for probable cause. You might want to see a good torts lawyer in your state. You can probably find one right here on Avvo.
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You'd have to cough up a LOT of money to pursue you claim. Likely in advance.
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