A Casper man accused of vehicular homicide will soon get his time in front of a jury.

A date has been set for the trial of Scott Coleman who has entered not guilty by reason of mental illness pleas, to three charges, in which he's accused of crashing his vehicle into the Goodstein Building in Casper, killing Jeremy Webb last May.

The jury trial is scheduled to begin on July 16th, pending Coleman waiving his right to a speedy trial.

Investigators say Coleman was under the influence of marijuana at a level where his driving was impaired.

Coleman is accused of leading officers on a high speed chase, before losing control of his vehicle, crashing into the building and killing Webb.

He is being held on fifty-thousand dollars bond and could face up to fifty years in prison, if convicted.