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Complaint that judge shows bias dismissed

The state’s Commission on Judicial Conduct has dismissed a complaint filed by Suffolk ­District Attorney Daniel F. ­Conley that accused Boston Municipal Court Judge ­Raymond G. Dougan of deep-seated bias against prosecutors and police.

In a terse, three-paragraph letter, issued Nov. 30 but not publicized, chairman Paul F. LoConto said the commission had voted to dismiss the complaint after a thorough investigation conducted by a special counsel, and “a review of the available evidence.”

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