A driver has been charged with causing the death of his teenage friend in a drunken road crash.
Ricky Brown, 18, died when the car he was a passenger in overturned at a junction on the M90 motorway close to Perth.
Jamie Fleming is accused of causing the teenager's death by driving carelessly while nearly two times the legal alcohol limit.
The 21-year-old appeared in private at Perth Sheriff Court on Tuesday.
He is alleged to have lost control of the silver Ford Focus at the slip-road from Edinburgh Road, to junction 10, at Craigend, on March 18.
It is alleged that the car mounted the kerb and struck the safety barrier, overturning and rolling several times before coming to rest on the roadway.
Fleming, of Hill Road, Newburgh, is charged with driving while under the influence of alcohol.
His friend, from Newburgh in Fife, died at Ninewells Hospital intensive care unit as a result of his injuries.
Fleming made no plea and was granted bail. He was banned from driving any "mechanically propelled vehicle".