A Marybrook man accused of causing a fatal crash in Capel last month will return to court later this year.
Glenn William Bailey, 55, faced Bunbury Magistrates Court on February 13, over one count of dangerous driving in circumstances which subsequently resulted in a death.
In court, Mr Bailey's defence counsel, Michael Laurino, called for the matters to be adjourned to a later date.
Mr Laurino said he and the Major Crash Investigators were required to hold further discussions, prior to Mr Bailey's next court appearance.
Magistrate Belinda Coleman extended the accused's bail on the same terms and remanded the matter to April 14.
Mr Bailey will attend Busselton Magistrates Court on that date.
South-West Police allege Mr Bailey was driving a Ford Falcon sedan along Bussell Highway, about 7.30pm on January 16.
It is alleged the sedan veered onto the wrong side of the road, before colliding with a Volvo semi-trailer.
It is understood the collision caused the semi-trailer to then leave the carriageway and roll.
The driver of the semi-trailer, Thomas Patrick Fox, was killed as a result of the crash.
Several members of the victim's family attended court on Thursday morning.
Police are set to continue their investigations into the incident.
Anyone with information about the crash has been urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or via crimestoppers.com.au.