Attorney: No evidence to support charges against limo driver

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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