A WOMAN charged with a string of violent offences has been given a new date for her trial.

Weronika Wojt denies six counts alleged to have taken place on December 11 last year in Oxford and Abingdon.

The 27-year-old of Weyland Road, Headington Quarry, Oxford is charged with three counts of assault and one of possession of an offensive weapon - a hypodermic needle.

Prosecutors also claim that she threatened two police officers with a needle.

It is further claimed that Wojt failed to provide a specimen of blood for analysis when required and suspected of having driven a vehicle.

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She admitted possession of a quantity of cocaine while at Abingdon Police Station.

One of the alleged assaults took place at Tesco Filling Station, Oxford Retail Park where a woman was claimed to have been attacked.

The two further assaults are claimed to have involved police officers at Marston Ferry Road, Oxford. The alleged weapon offences are also claimed to have taken place there.

Wojt pleaded not guilty to all of the charges that she faces at Oxford Magistrates' Court in December.

She appeared again at Oxford Crown Court yesterday on what was originally listed as the first day of her trial.

In the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic only a handful of court centres are beginning new jury trials.

Cases in Oxford are currently suspended with no new jury trials able to commence.

At the brief hearing yesterday presiding Judge Ian Pringle QC agreed to adjourn the case and a new trial date was agreed.

A new trial fixture was confirmed to be held at the same court on September 1.

Wojt was remanded in custody.