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Michael Inman is a courts reporter for The Canberra Times
Michael Inman A NSW police constable who performed first aid on the victims of a horror high-speed crash on Canberra Avenue suffered post-traumatic stress disorder and depression and now wants almost $960,000 in...
Michael Inman A Franklin man has pleaded guilty to importing more than half-a-kilogram of illicit drugs to Canberra post office boxes under false names.
Michael Inman A Gordon man who kept a loaded shotgun, crossbow, and drugs unsecured in the home he shared with his two-year-old son has been jailed.
Michael Inman A Canberra judge has found that a pre-emptive attack in response to a challenge to fight outside is not self-defence.
Michael Inman A Rebels bikie bashed a man at Gungahlin to save face in the eyes of other gang members, court told.
Michael Inman Man told police he raped woman because he had a sex addiction and no self-control over his urges.
Michael Inman A prolific armed robber will be forced to pay back the thousands he looted from Canberra businesses during a one year rampage.
Michael Inman Victims of domestic violence will be able to extend interim protection orders without facing their violent partners in court, the ACT Government has announced.
Michael Inman A Hawker man claimed he had been abducted in a bid to avoid suspicion after torching a car, a court has heard.
Michael Inman Canberra Liberals make a fresh call for a security review at the jail after pictures of two inmates posing inside a cell were posted to social media.
Michael Inman Following the success of Canada's Gladue reports, ACT considers a similar system for sentencing Indigenous offenders.
Michael Inman A hardy 5649 participants braved the Canberra elements to walk against cancer at the Mother's Day Classic on Sunday.
Michael Inman One-year weekend detention for Canberra man who sewed drugs into his underwear as part of smuggling plot.
Michael Inman A Canberra woman alleges she suffered a spinal injury after a "rough ride" while in police custody on the weekend.
Michael Inman The Commonwealth has rejected an offer from the Hoddle Street killer to settle his lawsuit over alleged abuse he suffered as a staff cadet at Duntroon.
Michael Inman A Canberra man sewed methylamphetamine into his underwear as part of a plan to smuggle drugs to the lucrative Northern Territory market.
Michael Inman The victim of a vicious jail bashing that left him in a critical condition has woken from a coma.
Michael Inman The Federal Court will do away with the traditional jurisdiction based organisation and introduce an approach focused on practice areas.
Michael Inman Tuggeranong, Gungahlin and Weston Creek residents are the unhealthiest in the ACT, but overall the territory has a better performance.
Michael Inman A civil case to fine the former directors of a Canberra indigenous housing organisation has been sent to mediation.