The hit-and-run driver who allegedly struck and killed a young Hasidic couple and their unborn child in Williamsburg last year has been given a trial date.

The Post reports that Julian Acevedo, 45, will go on trial in Brooklyn on October 14th. He faces a slew of charges that include criminally negligent homicide. Acevedo has previously served time for manslaughter, and was arrested on a DWI only two weeks before he struck the livery cab carrying 21-year-old Nachman and Raizy Glauber on March 2nd, 2013. Raizy was seven months pregnant at the time, and she and her husband were on their way to a hospital when they were killed. Their child was delivered via Caesarian section and died a few days after the crash.

According to prosecutors, Acevedo was speeding at nearly 70 miles per hour when he struck the Glaubers' livery cab at the intersection of Kent Avenue and Wilson Street. He then fled the scene, eventually surrendering to police in Pennsylvania on March 6th.

Following the Glaubers' deaths, the Department of Transportation proposed a slowdown for this stretch of Kent Ave, ultimately adding a two-lane bike lane and a stoplight near the intersection where the couple was killed.