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It is unfortunate that this happened, however, I do not see a claim.
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To the extent that you are asking whether you can sue the DA for telling you not to look at him, I would say probably not. As an individual, he has fairly broad Free Speech rights permitting him to express even his most unsavory opinions. As an agent of the government, he has quite a few more restrictions on how he can treat you, or single you out based on race, but the actions you described do not sound as if he violated any of those restrictions on the government.