ACT Chief Justice makes apology after lawsuit between former Canberra tow truck driver Dylan Yates and NSW settles

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By Toby Vue
Updated July 29 2022 - 5:45am, first published 2:00am
Dylan Yates (second from right) with his brother, Kyle, and parents, Marion and Rod Yates, outside the ACT courts building after their case against the NSW government was settled on Thursday. Picture: Toby Vue

A former Canberra tow truck driver says his fight for his rights has been accomplished after a four-year campaign against police assault and malicious prosecution resolved and culminated in the ACT's top judge delivering an institutional apology.

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Toby Vue

Court reporter

Toby Vue joined The Canberra Times in April 2021 and is a court reporter after covering the round in NSW and Queensland. He has also reported on regional and rural affairs, local government and sport. He was a Sunday Canberra Times reporter. Email: t.vue@canberratimes.com.au.

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