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Prosecutor: Sentence Senser to 57 months

Amy Senser has displayed only "hollow excuses," not remorse, for the hit-and-run crash last August that killed a popular chef, and deserves no less than the maximum sentence allowable under state guidelines, a prosecutor said in response to a defense request for probation.
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Amy Senser has displayed only "hollow excuses," not remorse, for the hit-and-run crash last August that killed a popular chef, and deserves no less than the maximum sentence allowable under state guidelines, a prosecutor said in response to a defense request for probation.

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