Driver denies causing cyclist Michael Caulfield's death
A lorry driver has denied causing the death of a cyclist by careless driving.
James Jeffers Thompson, from Rose Park, Tandragee, who turns 51 years old on Saturday, pleaded not guilty to causing the death of Michael Caulfield.
The 56-year-old father of four, from the Saintfield area of Belfast, died when his bicycle was in a collision with a lorry driven by Mr Thompson.
It happened at the junction of the Ormeau Road and Annadale Embankment on 15 April 2011.
A so-called 'ghost bike' memorial has since appeared near the site of the accident.
On Friday at Belfast Crown Court, lawyers for both the prosecution and defence said there were a few issues to be dealt with before any trial could take place.
The Recorder of Belfast Judge Tom Burgess said there had been a potential trial date in December but that it would more likely take place next Easter.
Mr Thompson was released on continuing bail until a date to be fixed.