Monica Knight will stand trial this fall on charges related to a head-on collision in Kingston that left her three passengers with serious injuries.
The jury trial is expected to last three days and prosecutors estimate that they’ll call between six and nine witnesses to testify against Knight.
The Halifax teen is facing several charges including reckless operation of a motor vehicle and possession of a class D substance.
The medical records of the three Silver Lake students, who were injured when the BMW Knight was driving struck a school bus in March of 2012, will likely be presented as evidence.
Knight’s trial will be held at Plymouth District Court and is slated to begin November 12.