A self-proclaimed "jester of genocide" who led police on a car chase and crashed into a speed sign will have a six-month jail term hanging over his head.
Christopher Stewart Wallace, 28, fronted the ACT Magistrates Court on Wednesday, having previously pleaded guilty to nine charges.
Magistrate James Lawton said three of them arose from an incident at Greenway on August 25 last year.
When police activated their lights and sirens and tried to pull Wallace over, he sped off, swerved in and out of traffic, and mounted a nature strip.
He ultimately crashed his car into a speed sign on Mortimer Lewis Drive before he got out and fled.
Mr Lawton on Wednesday said Wallace - who had described himself on Facebook as a "jester of genocide" - put himself, his four passengers and other road users at risk during the incident.
But he said that wasn't Wallace's most serious offending.
Among the 28-year-old's charges was a common assault charge, which stemmed from an incident at Oaks Estate last March.
Wallace's then-girlfriend went off at a neighbour for telling her dog to move aside, before she, Wallace and another man attacked him.
At one point, Wallace urged the other man to throw the victim over a balcony, and later said: "Get back into your unit or I'll stab you and finish you off."
Mr Lawton described the attack as "stupid", "mindless", and "quite brutal".
To account for all of Wallace's charges - including aggravated furious, reckless or dangerous driving and resisting a territory public official - Mr Lawton sentenced him to a total six months in prison.
He suspended the jail sentence immediately, but said Wallace would also have to have his driver's licence suspended and abide by good behaviour orders.
Mr Lawton told Wallace: "Staying away from drugs will keep you away from the court.
"I hope you take advantage of the opportunity I'm giving you."