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Michael Inman is a courts reporter for The Canberra Times
Michael Inman ACT Policing has launched an internal probe to discover how its official twitter account retweeted pornographic selfies.
Michael Inman There was a touch of schadenfreude about justice in the ACT in 2014, with a number of high-profile cases and startling twists marking the year.
Michael Inman Woman required hospital treatment for gash on forehead after husband allegedly punched, kicked and stomped on her head.
Michael Inman Comcare will be forced to repay six years’ worth of entitlements to a decorated former Canberra cop injured on the job and sacked from the tax office due to incapacity.
Michael Inman A Queanbeyan man accused of making nuisance calls to emergency services believed police had conspired to shoot or electrocute him, court hears.
Michael Inman A key Canberra jail security check has been out of action for almost three months, causing delays for lawyers visiting clients.
Michael Inman A Canberra woman sentenced for a hit and run on her former friend during a fight over a love interest has had her conviction overturned on appeal.
Michael Inman A Canberra man who stole $360 during two knifepoint robberies has been jailed for almost four years.
Michael Inman A Canberra man has won a $85,000 payout after part of his ear was bitten off at northside nighspot.
Michael Inman A Torrens man has been charged over the bashing of an 82-year-old man, which caused life-threatening skull fractures and a brain bleed.
Michael Inman A leading NSW anti-corruption figure has been appointed to hear David Harold Eastman’s bid to avoid a retrial.
Michael Inman and Henry Belot A Canberra court has thrown out lawsuit by a man who claims Westpac Bank caused him to develop a fear of shopping centres and suffered a loss of libido.
Michael Inman Three Rebels bikie gang members accused of attacking and stripping two Finks members of their colours will face aggravated robbery charges, a court has heard.
Michael Inman Hoddle Street mass killer lawsuit against Commonwealth set to be heard in the new year.
Michael Inman Canberra prosecutors have lost a bid to increase the jail sentences of three young men who plotted to kill a Canberra teenager.
Michael Inman Former chief minister Jon Stanhope has been appointed president of the ACT Legal Aid Commission.
Michael Inman Commonwealth prosecutor says Peter Slipper’s fraud conviction should stand because he broke the law.
Canberra man found guilty of incest and buying young girl a vibrator sentenced to nine years in jail
Michael Inman Man's selfish bid to corrupt a disabled child involved buying the young girl a vibrator, showing her pornography and molesting her.
Michael Inman A decorated ACT police officer has avoided jail after he accessed child porn online.
Michael Inman A judge has indicated he will not accept fresh evidence in Peter Slipper’s bid to overturn a conviction for defrauding the Commonwealth.