A mother-of-four accused of murdering her taxi driver husband has been remanded in custody.
Louisa Anderson made a second private appearance at Perth Sheriff Court on Wednesday.
The 36-year-old faces allegations she killed Douglas Anderson by stabbing him on the leg with a knife or similar weapon.
The attack is said to have happened at the couple’s home in Dunnock Place, Perth, in the early hours of Saturday, February 25.
It is further alleged that she attacked Mr Anderson’s sister, Bernadette Anderson, in Perth’s Grill Bar on the previous day.
She is alleged to have assaulted Miss Anderson in the pub on February 24 by jumping on her and pulling her hair.
Anderson is further alleged to have attacked and injured Fay McKenzie in the same pub by pulling her to the ground and biting her breast.
A Crown Office spokeswoman confirmed that Anderson made no plea during the brief hearing before Sheriff Lindsay Foulis.
She was remanded in custody and fully committed. A date for her next appearance in court has still to be set.