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Michael Inman is a courts reporter for The Canberra Times

Case could be suppressed after ANU posters label accused man a 'rapist'

Allegations: Posters put up around Canberra could lead to details of an upcoming trial being suppressed.

Michael Inman Posters labelling an accused man a rapist could have backfired after his lawyers apply to have his identity suppressed.

More jail for man who fled Canberra courtroom

Behind bars: A man who fled court in August after being sentenced to prison was recaptured last Friday and has now been given a longer prison sentence.

Michael Inman Canberra man who went on the run after he was sentenced to three months jail is given an extra four months by magistrate.

One-punch attacker to spend four months behind bars

Scales of Justice outside the District Court in Brisbane.

Michael Inman A Page man has been jailed for a “cowardly” one punch attack that hospitalised a diner at a northside mall.

Hume drug lab accused Stanley Hou could face more charges, court hears

Stanley Hou could face more charges.

Michael Inman A Lyneham man linked to a commercial-grade drug lab in Canberra’s south could face more charges, a court has heard.

Man pleads guilty to masturbating in front of Kippax shoppers

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Michael Inman A Hackett man has pleaded guilty to masturbating in front of shocked shoppers in a northside store last year.

Belconnen man faces court for sexual assault after using fake Facebook account

Charged: Billy Tamawiwy is accused of using a fake Facebook profile to have sex with another man.

Michael Inman A Belconnen man alleged to have created a fake Facebook profile of a young woman to commit a sexual assault against another man has been refused bail.

Serial thief who stole more than $33,000 in property deemed unfit to face charges

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Michael Inman Police are still working to return more than $30,000 of property stolen by a mentally impaired serial thief.

One-punch attacker escapes full-time jail after fracturing victim's skull

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Michael Inman Teen who fractured man's skull in one-punch assault had two previous convictions for violence.

Accused syringe robber writes warning before court

Michael Inman Man accused of syringe-point robberies warns he wants to hurt anyone in his way

Accused killer given change of clothes the morning after girlfriend's death

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Michael Inman Court hears friend of Aleksander Vojneski’s brother gave the accused killer a change of clothes the morning after Paula Conlon’s murder.

Police make case at committal of accused murderer of Nicholas Sofer-Schreiber

Nicholas Sofer-Schreiber, left, and murder accused Christopher Navin.

Michael Inman A Watson man charged with the stabbing murder of his old school friend argued with the victim about money and repeatedly tried to contact him in the days before the stabbing, police say.

Conviction for assault on Irish tourist overturned

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Michael Inman A Canberra court has overturned the conviction of a Canberra man who punched a drunk Irish tourist in an early morning assault in Civic, leaving him with a serious brain injury.

Hoddle Street shooter Julian Knight claims compensation as a victim of crime

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Michael Inman Victorian mass killer Julian Knight could broaden his lawsuit against the Commonwealth over injuries he allegedly suffered during bastardisation at Duntroon.

ACT government rejects mandatory minimum sentences for serial child predators

Michael Inman ACT Court of Appeal asked to increase jail sentence of serial child sex offender Shane Williams

Duntroon cadet alleged to have raped woman on Anzac Day

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Christopher Knaus and Michael Inman A young Duntroon student allegedly choked and raped a fellow cadet on ANZAC Day in yet another disturbing revelation of abuse within the Australian Defence Force.

Man jailed for racist road rage rant and assault

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Michael Inman A Dickson man who unleashed a racist road rage tirade while assaulting and brandishing a knife at two terrified men has been jailed.

Student says ANU let her down after sexual harassment episode

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Ben Latham and Michael Inman A Canberra student who alleges she was sexually harassed at an on-campus dorm says the university’s botched response will leave her $6000 out of pocket.

Bigamous priest given suspended jail sentence

Alec Stevenson outside the Magistrates Court.

Michael Inman A priest found guilty of bigamy after remarrying twice has been handed a suspended jail sentence.

Canberra police officer fined for recording victim's sex video

Michael Inman A former ACT police officer has been fined for recording a private sex video from the mobile phone of a woman who went to Tuggeranong police station for help last year.

Lyneham man Howard Hall faces charges over alleged assault on girlfriend

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Michael Inman A Lyneham man accused of choking and stomping on his girlfriend has been denied bail.