There is sufficient evidence to proceed with three charges in relation to alleged impaired driving causing bodily harm against Mark Jeffrey Thompson.
Judge Catherine Allen-Westby made the ruling Wednesday following a preliminary inquiry last month in provincial court in Corner Brook.
Thompson faces charges of impaired driving causing bodily harm, impaired operation of a vehicle causing bodily harm by exceeding 80 milligrams of alcohol per 100 millilitres of blood, and dangerous operation of a vehicle causing bodily harm.
The judge told legal counsel involved in the matter to contact the court to set a date for the matter to be called again.
A female passenger was injured in the April 2013 motor-vehicle crash on the Trans Canada Highway near Little Rapids.
Thompson, 20, is accused of travelling at a high rate of speed at the time.
According to the RCMP at the time, the four-door car rolled several times and had parts scattered across to the westbound lane.
Thompson is facing charges and has convictions related to a number of mischief-related offences in the past couple of years.
He received a suspended sentence for drive-by pellet gun damage to properties in summer 2011.
He is also one of three men facing charges in connection with the alleged spray painting of a police officer’s personal vehicle in his Pasadena driveway.