I sued my former company for moneys owed to me (lost wages, vacation pay, etc.). Defendant company cross-complained against me, alleging financial wrongdoing. After many discussions, the company muscled me into a settlement where I would pay them $ in favor of a mutual dismissal. I say "muscled" because they threatened to turn me over to the state prosecutor if I didn't agree to settle. Under the terms of the settlement, I would pay 50% upon the execution of the settlement, and 50% in monthly installments beginning next month. I agreed only because I wanted the whole thing to go away and I was afraid of criminal charges. Now, I realized I made the wrong decision and I should not have settled when I was being threatened. Is there anything I can do to set aside the settlement?