A man has been committed for sentence for causing a car crash at Oaklands that killed his former partner.
David John Munro's case will be listed at the next sittings of the District Court in Albury.
These are due to get under way on September 23, when the matter will be considered as part of the call-up of the list.
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But defence lawyer Dominic Holles told Albury Local Court magistrate Imad Abdul-Karim that it might be some time later before Munro's matter was finalised.
"I doubt it will be ready to proceed by then," he said of the next three-week sittings.
Munro had been facing a series of charges relating to the death of his former partner, Amy Lee Smith, a mother of nine.
Both she and Munro were thrown from the car in the crash, which happened in the early hours of July 2, 2018.
The incident occurred on the Corowa Road, between Oaklands and Daysdale.
The Director of Public Prosecutions withdrew several charges this week though, with Munro admitting to a single strictly indictable charge of aggravated dangerous driving occasioning death with a speed 45km/h above the limit.
A charge of contravene an intervention order will be finalised when the more serious charge is dealt with in the District Court.
The charges withdrawn were negligent driving occasioning death, aggravated dangerous driving occasioning death while under the influence of a drug or drugs and drive vehicle with an illicit drug present in blood.
Munro remains in custody, bail refused.
The matter previously went before the Local Court a little over a week ago.
At the time, defence lawyer Shaun Mortimer told magistrate Rodney Brender that the-then allegations were "likely to be resolved".