An 88-year-old motorist is to face trial on a charge of driving with more than the permitted drink limit in his breath.
Robert Athol, of Deanwood, Kirkbean, pleaded not guilty to committing the offence earlier this year at the former Dumfries Infirmary, at Mountainhall, Bankend Road and New Abbey Road in Dumfries.
He is accused of driving with a reading of 35 microgrammes of alcohol, when the permitted limit is 22.
Trial at Dumfries Sheriff Court has been set for September.
A man has been banned by a sheriff from entering Johnstone Place in Kirkcudbright.
The ban was imposed as a condition of bail for Andrew Little, of Maxwell Wynd, Kirkcudbright, who is alleged to have damaged a glass pane in a door there in April.
The 27-year-old is also accused of assaulting another man at nearby Bridge Street.
The case at Dumfries Sheriff Court was continued without plea to June 26.
A warrant has been granted by the sheriff at Dumfries for the arrest of a lorry driver who failed to appear in court on a charge of driving dangerously on the A75 near Castle Douglas.
Patrick Conway, 22, from Monaghan, Ireland, was alleged to have driven at excessive speeds and overtaken a lorry when it was unsafe to do so.
He was also accused of driving for five hours and 27 minutes without having taken the prescribed break of at least 45 minutes.