Schoharie limo crash case possibly headed for trial
The shock is still settling in from what happened in court in the Schoharie limo crash case. As you may recall, 20 people were killed in the crash.
The judge unexpectedly rejected the agreed upon plea deal that would have given limo operator Nauman Hussain no jail time. This means the case has now basically been reset.
State Supreme Court Justice Peter Lynch expressed his feelings about how this plea deal was reached. He focused quite a bit on an “out of service” sticker on the limo that was removed by operator Nauman Hussain prior to the crash on October 6, 2018.
However, Hussain’s attorney, Lee Kindlon, says the sticker removal was taken out of context. He’s now preparing for the case to go to trial.
Hear his reaction – and what an attorney for some of the victims is saying about the surprising developments – by watching the video of Subrina Dhammi’s story.