Would I have a case in the following situation?
I was fired exactly 1 month ago because a register was found $200 short. I was the last person to touch the register since I was helping an associate with a transaction. The money didn't add up, but I knew I didn't take anything. Today I found out that three other associates were fired, and it was because they were the ones who had actually stolen the money.
There is documentation of the reasons for my firing and their firings, and I'm sure it can be used as evidence during trial.
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