ALBANY – Lawyers for Nauman Hussain, the Colonie man facing blame in the 2018 limousine crash in Schoharie that killed 20 people, assert in their latest appeal filing that state Supreme Court Justice Peter Lynch had no legal right or justification to force Hussain to drop a no -jail guilty plea deal negotiated under the case’s previous judge.
The Appellate Division’s Third Department, based in Albany, is scheduled to hear oral arguments in the appeals case on Feb. 22 from Hussain’s legal team, as well as Lynch’s attorney, Angela Kelley.
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