While admits his client had a "very close associations with self-confessed drug dealers", but says that isn't enough to link him with a record drug haul.
Clare Colley is a reporter at The Canberra Times.
Court hears a woman on bail for her part in a drive-by shooting attempted to smuggle drugs into jail while visiting an inmate involved with the shooting.
A man who was bashed in a holding cell while he waited to front the ACT Magistrates Court will remain behind bars, but be marked as a "prisoner at risk".
Canberrans are craving vision from politicians and are concerned about healthcare, education and further public service job cuts if the Turnbull government is returned to power at July's election, ACT Greens senate candidate Christina Hobbs says.
The dividing line between Labor's plans for higher taxes and more spending and Liberal's plan for lower taxes, jobs and growth is truer in Canberra than anywhere else in the country, according to Liberal ACT senator Zed Seselja.
Education and in particular the Safe Schools Program are the chief concerns for constituents, Mature Australia ACT candidate Anthony Hanson says.
The integrity of democracy is the greatest issue for the federal election and for Canberra, Australian Sex Party Senate candidate Steven Bailey says.
Poor public transport, overcrowded roads, schools, and hospitals and environmental degradation are issues confronting all Australians including Canberrans, Sustainable Australia senate candidate John Haydon says.
Promoting strong, healthy, and safe families to benefit the community is the most most important election issue for Christian Democratic Party Senate candidate David Kim.
Returning the power of Australia's parliament to the people is the aim of Flux Party ACT senate candidate Michael Hay.