well, I got into a fight with my neighbor while riding to work, he was complaining that my bike drives his dog nuts, and made some pretty wild comments, and ended up threatening me and calling the cops. I waited around for the cops, and about 10 minutes into his visit, he asked for my license/reg, so I handed him everything along with my CCW as I was carrying at the time. He asked me to show him my weapon, so I took it out and laid it on his trunk. He treated me with little to no respect, and after running my info handed the gun back over along with all my ID's and said "I dont know why your carrying this, but I would assume your some sort of NRA loving gun nut" I got pretty angry at this comment, and told him off. He then decided to write me a ticket for no plastic face shield on my helmet. I went to court yesterday, and he had about 10 other cases, 3 of which accused him of making rude comments. Do you think taking this issue to his supervisor is worthwhile? Or should I file a written complaint? I'm really pissed at the way he treated me, and that he vows to watch my neighborhood and ticket me for even the most minor infractions (Which he has already proven he will do by writing a ticket for a $20 improper safety equipment fine) What would you do? I dont like to bring race into it, but the neighbors who have a problem with me are the only blacks in our entire subdivision, and the cop was black and seemed to side with them from the beginning. In court, the only people who reported similar rude treatment to the judge were white. thanks for your advice.