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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.

Canberra man plotted to kill teen witnesses: court

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Michael Inman A Canberra man allegedly asked another inmate to help him have two teenagers kidnapped and killed before they could testify against him, a court has heard.

Canberra police officer who sprayed capsicum spray towards chained dog breached standards

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Michael Inman An ACT cop who fired capsicum spray towards a tethered dog during a raid at a southside home breached professional standards, an internal probe has found.

Father, son not guilty of assault after using baseball bat, gun, cable ties

Christopher Knaus and Michael Inman A father and son who used a baseball bat, unloaded gun, and cable ties against a gang of youths outside their Canberra home have been cleared by a jury after claiming self-defence.

ACT police officer guilty of accessing child porn, but acquitted of molesting boy

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Michael Inman and Christopher Knaus A decorated ACT police officer has been found guilty of accessing child pornography online, but cleared of molesting a young boy in his care and using the child to produce child exploitation material.

Getaway driver given suspended jail sentence

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Michael Inman The getaway driver in two knife-point robberies will spend no time behind bars.

Canberra blooms into action at Floriade ahead of fine week

Floriade, Canberra's month-long celebration of spring, kicked off at the weekend.

Michael Inman Canberrans can expect the balmy spring conditions to continue this week, with temperatures in the high teens.

Man back behind bars after chase

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Michael Inman and Fleta Page A Canberra man who went on the run and sparked a chase in Hall after a magistrate sentenced him to three months jail is back behind bars.

Danny Klobucar committed for trial over bashing death of Canberra grandfather Miodrag Gajic

Danny Klobucar is to stand trial over the death of Miodrag Gajic.

Michael Inman A Florey man who allegedly beat to death a Canberra grandfather on New Year's Day thought the man was a paedophile and had a DVD of him, police say.

David Eastman's bail conditions tightened by ACT Supreme Court

The arrest of David Eastman for the murder of Colin Winchester.

Michael Inman Accused cop killer David Eastman has had his bail conditions temporarily tightened, despite asking a Canberra court to relax them.

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.

ActewAGL's "Rambo" approach to Kaleen man's trees justified

Ian McQuire failed in his action against ActewAGL for pruning his tree.

Michael Inman A Kaleen man has lost a bid to force ActewAGL to publish a half-page apology in The Canberra Times and pay him $19000 for pruning his tree.

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.

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.

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.

Peter Slipper appeals his fraud conviction

Peter Slipper, pictured arriving at the ACT Magistrates Court in July, will appeal his fraud conviction.

Michael Inman Former parliamentary speaker Peter Slipper will fight to overturn his conviction for fraud.

Men used social media app to abduct and rape woman at Belconnen

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Michael Inman Two men have been found guilty of using a social media app to abduct and rape a woman in Canberra's north last year.

Former AFP member accused of stalking ex-girlfriend granted bail

Michael Inman A former AFP counter-terrorism member accused of using protected information to stalk his ex-girlfriend has been released on bail.

Victim urges Cameron Tully to repent over 'evil' crimes against children

Cameron Tully: a victim's father said he was a

Michael Inman Cameron Flynn Tully continues to maintain his innocence of molesting young girls while their parents gathered as part of his family's religious group.