Dale Audet II is scheduled to appear for trial in Howard County Circuit Court next month on charges resulting from the that killed two teens.
Police said that Audet, 19, was the driver of the 2008 Pontiac GT that collided with a tree on the 6200 block of Lawyers Hill Road in Elkridge the night after Thanksgiving.
Jeffrey Ryan Giles, 19, of Linthicum, and Jonathon Lloyd Deckman, 18, of Severn, were pronounced dead at the scene.
Audet and two teenage backseat passengers were hospitalized at the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center.
A grand jury indicted Audet in March on two counts of criminal negligent manslaughter, two counts of criminal negligent manslaughter by vehicle, reckless driving, failure to drive right of center, speeding and negligent driving.
According to the indictment, Audet was driving 70 mph in a 30 mph zone.
Audet's attorney was not available for comment Thursday.
When the Howard County Sherriff's office attempted to serve a warrant for Audet's arrest in April, he was reportedly still suffering from "serious injuries he sustained as a result of the collision" and was scheduled for surgery, according to court records.
In May, the warrant was served and Audet was released on $10,000 bond. He was scheduled to appear in Howard County Circuit Court on Friday, Aug. 3, for a motions hearing that was canceled.
A criminal jury trial is scheduled for Sept. 24.
See related stories: