It wasnt until my lawyer pointed out months later that my ****'n eyes were not the same color as the person on the video.
My lawyer was court appointed so he is no help.
Sounds like your attorney got the state to dismiss the charge... That sounds like help to me.
If you mean he won't help you sue the state, that's right. You aren't entitled to appointed counsel for that. If you have a viable case, some attorney will take it on contingency.
Nobody here can tell you if you have a case or not. A false arrest claim would normally be analyzed from the information available to the officers at the time of the arrest. If they didn't have the video, or didn't have time to review it, that isn't going to work against them.
What's lacking in your post is how you came into their radar in the first place.
If the state didn't disclose the video and they knew it was exculpatory, then you may have a Brady violation. Google that.