Geraldine Clancy, 58, and her daughter Louise, 22, from the townland of Leitrim, near Kilworth, Fermoy, Co Cork, drowned when their car crashed and overturned into a flooded field.
The incident happened after 11am on December 22, 2015, on the Ballyduff to Fermoy road, just a kilometre or so from their home.
Susan Gleeson went before Fermoy District Court yesterday, where Judge Brian Sheridan heard that Sergeant John McNamara has served the book of evidence on Ms Gleeson, with an address also at Leitrim, Kilworth, Co Cork.
Ms Gleeson, who did not speak in court, was remanded on her own bond of €500 to face the single charge at a hearing of Cork Circuit Criminal Court on October 25.
John Brooks, solicitor for Ms Gleeson, applied for legal aid for a junior and senior counsel and for the services of an engineer.
Members of the Clancy family were present in court.
Last April, an inquest into the women’s deaths heard that they both died from acute cardiorespiratory failure due to drowning.
It was adjourned pending criminal proceedings, and only heard evidence of identity and cause of death.
Geraldine and Louise Clancy had been on their way to Fermoy to carry out some last-minute Christmas shopping when the car in which they were driving was involved in a collision with another vehicle.
Their car went through a gap in a stone wall, and overturned in a flooded field adjacent to the Blackwater river.
Both women were trapped in the vehicle.
Louise Clancy had just returned home for Christmas after a semester abroad as part of an Erasmus exchange programme from UCC.
Mrs Clancy’s husband, Noel, was one people of the first to arrive on the scene, on his tractor, unaware that it washis wife and daughter who had been involved in the incident.
Despite the efforts of paramedics and emergency services, both women were pronounced dead at the scene.