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Michael Inman is a courts reporter for The Canberra Times
Michael Inman The Canberra Liberals have called for a review of security at Canberra’s jail amid continued breaches by prisoners.
Michael Inman A man suffered a brain bleed and facial fractures after he was allegedly struck with a guitar by his twin brother, a court has heard.
Michael Inman Authorities are investigating how a series of posts appeared on a sentenced prisoner's Facebook account updating friends on life behind bars.
Michael Inman Intensive trial periods and procedural changes significantly contributed to an increase of cases finalised in the ACT courts, the government says.
Michael Inman The target of a violent home invasion hid under a bed of a Red Hill home to avoid being discovered. His attacker has pleaded guilty.
Michael Inman Twenty Canberra court trials have been delayed after a bureaucratic bungle listed them at the same time as an ACT Supreme Court blitz.
Michael Inman A Forrest man thwarted the territory’s drug testing regime by abstaining before analysis, a court has heard.
Michael Inman Nine activists have been fined and ordered to be of good behaviour after they trespassed during a demonstration at the Canberra headquarters of a fossil fuel industry body.
Michael Inman A Canberra magistrate flinched when watching footage of a one-punch assault that knocked a man unconscious outside a Civic nightclub.
Michael Inman A Canberra Institute of Technology teacher has won compensation after he was bullied by a supervisor, causing him to suffer depression and a skin condition.
Michael Inman A Canberra magistrate has urged ACT lawmakers to test hemp seeds to see if they could trigger drug-driving screening tests.
Michael Inman A Canberra jail inmate called other prisoners "dogs" and dared them to enter his cell. Four then beat him up and cut him with a razor, a court has heard,
Michael Inman A Canberra inmate asked to see the mental health team on the day of his death, a court has heard.
Michael Inman The ACT Government has called for community feedback on proposed changes to laws governing child sex offenders.
Michael Inman A Lyons man left food out for a possum only to bludgeon it with a pole after it came too close to his home, a court has heard.
Michael Inman The widow of slain ACT police chief Colin Winchester has been remembered for her dignity and courage through adversity.
Michael Inman Two weeks ago, Janna Sladic had walked free from a Canberra court after taking strong steps towards rehabilitation. She died of a suspected heroin overdose late last week.
Michael Inman A staff member has been sacked and a second has quit as investigations into an alleged $1.65 million embezzlement at the ACT Public Trustee's Office continue.
Michael Inman A judge has thrown out a violent offender’s bid to be given a job in Canberra jail.
Michael Inman A drug user was last year given an ultimatum to get clean, or go to jail. One year on and he has been praised by a judge for his “very impressive rehabilitation”.