Broch man had only driven twice before pedestrian’s death, trial told
A Fraserburgh man standing trial over the death of a pedestrian had only driven a car twice before he was involved in a crash on a north-east road.
Steven Duthie is accused of causing the death of Richard Jones by hitting him with a car on the B9033 Fraserburgh-St Combs road on May 23 last year.
A video recording of police interviewing Duthie following the collision was played at the 32-year-old fisherman’s trial at the High Court in Aberdeen yesterday.
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