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Belconnen doctor avoids jail time for groping, kissing

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Michael Inman A Canberra doctor who groped and kissed a patient during a consultation has avoided time behind bars.

Burglar who grabbed throat of Belconnen man jailed

Michael Inman A burglar who grabbed a man's throat after he was cornered during a break-in will spend the next two years behind bars.

Cops, men clash in violent Belconnen disturbance

Michael Inman Police drew a firearm and a taser and used capsicum spray to force their way into a unit during a violent confrontation with three men, one allegedly armed with scissors, in Belconnen last night.

Hunt for arsonist after Belconnen car fires

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Michael Inman Police are hunting an arsonist after a spree of suspicious fires damaged four vehicles and four air-conditioners in Belconnen overnight.

Belconnen stab-accused held in custody

Michael Inman A McKellar man accused of a knife attack on another man at the Belconnen Bus Interchange on Sunday evening remains in custody.

ACT taxi driver jailed for running down passenger over fare spat

Michael Inman A taxi driver who ran down a passenger after a spat over a fare has been sentenced to six years jail.

Court told drinking preceded fatal crash

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Michael Inman A Macgregor man accused of killing his friend in a crash had been drinking at a party shortly before the accident, a court has heard.

Jury out on mate's drink-drive fatality

Michael Inman A jury is deliberating in the case of a Macgregor man accused of killing his friend in a car accident after a night spent drinking.

Man acquitted of culpable driving in crash that killed his friend

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Michael Inman A Macgregor man has been acquitted of culpable driving for a crash that claimed the life of his friend.

Thomas Robins acquitted of culpable driving

Michael Inman A Macgregor man has been acquitted of culpable driving for a crash that claimed the life of his friend.

Florey man charged with Miodrag Gagic New Year's Day murder

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Michael Inman A Florey man has appeared in court, charged with the murder of a man in Phillip on New Year's Day.

Woman left brain damaged after crash wins $4.2 million payout

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Michael Inman AA Canberra woman has won more than $4.22 million in damages after she suffered a severe brain injury in a car accident.

Brothers 4 Life gang member pleads guilty to restaurant gun charge in Griffith

Michael Inman A member of violent Sydney gang Brothers 4 Life has pleaded guilty to pulling a gun on a patron at a busy Griffith restaurant.

Rape trial: Alleged victim denies plan to win over defendant

Michael Inman A woman allegedly raped by two men has rejected a barrister's suggestion she had a ''plan'' to ingratiate herself with one of the defendants.

Disqualified driver's bid to regain licence after 24 years blocked

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Michael Inman John Hinton had not thought about getting a driver's licence again until the letter arrived.

DIY fraudster Nicholas Oettinger avoids conviction

Michael Inman and Christopher Knaus A former Canberra man who attempted to defraud an insurance company over a do-it-yourself kitchen repair has avoided conviction.

Man who fixed own kitchen defrauded insurance company

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Michael Inman A former Canberra man has been found guilty of fraud after he fixed his own kitchen and billed an insurance company for the cost.

Canberra doctor guilty of kissing patient

Michael Inman A jury has found a Canberra doctor guilty of groping and kissing a patient during an Anzac Day consultation last year.

Magistrate criticises jailing of mentally ill man

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Lisa Cox and Michael Inman Court hears 27-year-old man with a mental illness spent nearly six months in Canberra's jail for minor offences.

Detaining drivers a human rights' breach: lawyer

Proposed drink-drive laws that would allow police to detain motorists for 30 minutes invade basic human rights, lawyers say.

Michael Inman Proposed drink-drive laws that would allow police to detain motorists for 30 minutes invade basic human rights, lawyers say.

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