A GLASS attack-accused pubgoer charged with scarring a woman for life in an alleged serious assault is set to stand trial before a Greenock jury this month.

Lynda Robertson, 37, severely injured the alleged victim by pushing her on the body and hitting her over the head with a glass at Cleats Bar in Gourock, prosecutors claim.

According to the Crown, the woman was left permanently disfigured as a result of the alleged incident on October 3, 2021.

Robertson also faces a second indictment charge of assaulting a man at the Kempock Street bar by striking him on the head.

The protracted prosecution had previously been held up due to delays in the production of CCTV footage of the alleged serious assault.

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Sheriff James Varney last month described the situation as 'simply not good enough' and warned the next trial diet was 'potentially at jeopardy' if the issues were not resolved.

Matters had to be adjourned in July for the same reason of lack of video footage.

Sheriff Varney said the court had waited for the 'best part of nine weeks to effectively get a video' and urged the defence and procurator fiscal depute to resolve the issues in time for this week's hearing.

At the latest pre-trial hearing for the case yesterday, Robertson maintained her not guilty pleas to the charges through her solicitor, who confirmed that a special defence of self defence had previously been lodged.

Sheriff James Spy proceeded the case to a trial scheduled for November 13.

Robertson's bail has been continued.