Shady dealership had me arrested when attempting to fix car. Am I able to sue?
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Well, you aren't going to be able to recover anything based on the arrest since you had an active warrant. That's on you.
It sounds like you would have a valid claim for breach of contract. Your first step should be to take the vehicle to a mechanic to determine exactly how much it will cost to repair the door and whatever other things the dealer had promised to fix. That will give you an idea of the amount at issue in your case.
If you haven't obtained title to the vehicle, you will need to determine what is needed to address that issue as well - or what they would owe you if the deal were to be unwound.
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