As wedding season is near, so are many stories of people getting cold-feet. Christopher Reinhold asked his ex-fiance Collette DiPierro to marry him on her birthday. She was thrilled, but after four months of growing doubts, she called off the wedding and kept the ring. When Reinhold asked for the $17,500 ring back, she refused, and he took her to court. From a proper etiquette point of view, no matter who awful your fiance was, a woman should hand over the ring when an engagement is broken. From a legal standpoint, however, Reinhold and DiPierro entered a verbal contract where DiPierro agreed to marry him in exchange for the ring. She called off the wedding, not fulfilling the contract, and should give it back, right? Well, DiPierro says that the ring was a gift given to her on her birthday. A gift does not require the receiver to give anything back. What do you think? Should a bride who calls off a wedding get to keep the engagement ring?