I had a fight with a cashier today, they told me if I didn’t leave they’d call the cops. I left ASAP before they called, I didn’t want?
Any criminal records or to get in a mess with the law, so I left ASAP. Question is, (just out of curioisity) let’s say in a year I decide to return, and try “making up” for what happened and just coming in and going out and being on good terms. Am I legally allowed to return as long as I don’t fight or bring up the past?
- 6 months agoFavorite Answer
In my state, unless you get a written notice of exclusion, you are not barred from returning. Such laws are not world-wide.
- .Lv 76 months ago
It depends on what you mean by "making up."
- JeffreyLv 76 months ago
That is entirely up to the store, not the law.
- 6 months ago
What was the fight about?
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- DouglasLv 66 months ago
Just remember, "making up" references past actions. Don't do it.