Attorney: No evidence to support charges against limo driver

Carlos Pino, of Bethpage, was charged with four counts of criminally negligent homicide.

Carlos Pino, of Bethpage, was charged with four counts of criminally negligent homicide. (6/8/16)

CUTCHOGUE - The limo driver involved in a deadly crash near a Cutchogue winery wants the charges against him dismissed.

Carlos Pino, of Old Bethpage, is facing criminally negligent homicide in the deaths of four young women on a winery tour. 

Prosecutors say Pino failed to check oncoming traffic when he tried to make a U-turn on County Route 48 last July.

However, Pino's lawyers claim there's no evidence to support the charges.

Pino's lawyers have now filed a motion to review grand jury evidence. 

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