Medical evidence has now been submitted ahead of the trial of a Tayside policewoman accused of threatening to kill another woman.
Paula Jane Wales from Monifieth is accused of acting in an aggressive manner at a house in Grange Road and kicking a door in an alleged incident last summer.
The charge also alleges that she threatened to kill a woman.
The 40-year-old constable did not appear at Forfar Sheriff Court at a notional trial diet on Tuesday, her attendance having previously been excused.
Lawyers had previously been given more time to produce detailed medical evidence before the summary trial begins.
A defence agent from Glasgow firm Levy and McRae said this has now been received, but the Crown had yet to make a decision on its bearing at trial.
He said: “There was an application for medical evidence, which was received yesterday, but unfortunately my friend is unable to give an opinion on this today.
“On that basis there is a joint motion for another notional diet.”
The motion was not supported by depute fiscal Jill Drummond.
After another sheriff had previously described proceedings against Wales as “aged”, Sheriff Gregor Murray told the Crown and defence agent: “Something needs to be done about this, and quickly.”
The charge alleges that Wales behaved in a threatening or abusive manner which was likely to cause a reasonable person to suffer fear and alarm in that she shouted, swore, acted in an aggressive and abusive manner, repeatedly struck and kicked a door there, uttered threats of violence and uttered threats to kill Tracy Joan Christie, c/o the Police Service of Scotland, Dundee on July 3.
Wales denies all charges and was excused attendance at the further notional trial diet on October 5.
The constable was previously based out of Longhaugh Police Station in Fintry Terrace, Dundee.