A man charged with manslaughter over the crash that killed Trevallyn man Adrian Tudor appeared in the Launceston Magistrates Court on Wednesday.
It is alleged Dylan Leo Victor Lee killed Mr Tudor after failing to take reasonable care to avoid danger while driving a Ford Falcon sedan on Wellington Street in Launceston on September 7 last year.
The 22-year-old is also charged with causing grievous bodily harm by dangerous driving.
On the same night, the Bessington man allegedly drove dangerously and failed to take reasonable care to avoid danger to the public, consequently causing grievous bodily harm to Ashton Whittingham.
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Mr Lee allegedly failed to stop at the scene and provide necessary assistance to Mr Tudor.
The accused is facing seven charges in total including driver involved in a crash and failing to stop, drive whilst disqualified, fail to wear seat belt, use vehicle in contravention of vehicle standards - requirement for brakes on motor vehicle, and use vehicle in contravention of vehicle standards - tyre tread requirements.
Mr Lee did not enter a plea when he appeared before Magistrate Simon Brown on Wednesday..
Defence lawyer Lucy Flanagan requested a first appearance adjournment for her client.
Magistrate Brown granted the request and bailed the accused to reappear on April 30.
Three people supporting Mr Lee were in the courtroom for the proceedings.