Driver faces mobile phone death trial in Aberdeen
A woman is set to go on trial charged with causing the death of a pedestrian by driving dangerously while using a mobile phone.
Rachel Forsyth, 21, is accused of failing to pay proper attention when a car she was said to be driving collided with Lillian Morrison, 79, on Queen's Road on 27 December 2012.
At the High Court in Edinburgh, a not guilty plea for the accused, of Westhill, Aberdeenshire, was entered.
A trial was set for next year.
Judge Lord Bannatyne set the case down for 2 February at the High Court in Aberdeen.
The collision happened near the junction with Groats Road.