A woman accused of running down northern suburbs caravan park manager Rita Addenbrooke has pleaded not guilty to manslaughter.
Katie Walkerly, 45, appeared in the Supreme Court this morning by video link from Bandyup Women's Prison where she pleaded not guilty to unlawfully killing Ms Addenbrooke in February.
Mrs Addenbrooke, 59, was critically injured after she was allegedly hit by a vehicle driven by Katie Walkerley during a dispute at Kingsway Tourist Park in Madeley on February 9.
She died in hospital two days later.
Ms Walkerly's trial is expected to take five days and has been provisionally listed to take place in July.She will reappear in the Supreme Court next month for a status conference.