A police officer who ploughed into a couple as they crossed a busy main road leaving them with horrific injuries has been convicted of careless driving.
PC Scott Kerr, of Tayside Police, could now faces internal disciplinary proceedings.
Kerr drove his silver Audi A3 Quattro at speed from a set of traffic lights in Dundee's Earl Gray Place before colliding with Roderick and Shirley Emslie.
Mr and Mrs Emslie told Dundee Sheriff Court that they were half way across the city's Riverside Drive when they heard "squealing" tyres and saw the off-duty cop's car driving "erratically" towards them.
They said Mr Emslie was thrown up in the air and was knocked unconscious. Part of his ear was ripped off and he also suffered a fractured skull and broken nose.
Mrs Emslie told how skin was ripped off her leg, and that she now has pins holding together bones in her foot.
Mrs Emslie, 47, told how she turned and saw the car driving towards them.
She said: "It appeared at great speed - looking like it was losing control or lane hogging.
"It looked like it was jumping from lane to lane or the driver wasn't sure where he wanted to be.
"I couldn't believe it was coming at such a speed.
"I remember being hit, I broke his wing mirror with my elbow and then he drove over my right foot.
Mr Emslie, 51, added: "I saw the car coming and a I stepped back.
"The next thing I remember was waking up at Ninewells Hospital later that day.
"Part of my right ear was missing and I had a broken nose and a fractured skull."
Kerr, 40, of Dundee, denied a charge of careless driving.
But Sheriff George Way found him guilty following a two-day hearing.
Jim Laverty, defending, said: "He has been through these proceedings here but this finding of guilty will have fairly serious repercussions as far as he is concerned.
"Not only from the court but from his employer."
Sheriff Way fined Kerr £750 and imposed six points on his driving licence.
A spokesman for Tayside Police said: "Tayside Police acknowledges the decision of the court today and the matter will now be referred to the Deputy Chief Constable for further consideration."