An accident reconstruction concludes that the wife of former Viking Joe Senser had four seconds to avoid hitting a man on the shoulder of Interstate 94. A witness also reports seeing Senser's vehicle driving erratically. Her trial on criminal vehicular charges is set to begin in April.
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Prosecutors in Senser trial want Florida doctor flown in to testify
Prosecutors contend former Viking Joe Senser admitted to the doctor that his wife, Amy, knew she had hit someone the night Anousone Phanthavong was killed along Interstate 94 in Minneapolis. Amy Senser's vehicular homicide trial is scheduled to begin on April 23.
Criminal charges proceeding in Amy Senser case
The Hennepin County Attorney's Office continues to work toward an April trial date. The county attorney recently filed a memo to oppose a move to dismiss the case against Amy Senser, who is facing charges in a fatal hit-and-run. Senser's defense attorney in February had filed a motion to have the case dismissed.
Joe Senser: Amy said she'd hit a construction cone
Former Vikings star Joe Senser testified at his wife's vehicular homicide trial Wednesday, saying Amy Senser told him she'd hit a construction cone or barrel. After seeing news reports that a man was struck and killed on an I-94 exit ramp, Joe Sener says his wife told him she had used that ramp but was not involved in the incident. Earlier, an expert testified that 45 messages were deleted from Amy Senser's phone the day after the hit-and-run.
Amy Senser trial opens; stepdaughter to testify for prosecution
Amy Senser will testify in her own defense at her vehicular homicide trial. Her stepdaughter, though, will testify for the prosecution. In opening arguments, a prosecutor said the stepdaughter - worried that she was becoming a suspect - demanded that Amy Senser tell authorities who was driving the SUV that struck and killed a man on an I-94 exit ramp last summer. Amy Senser says she was unaware her vehicle had hit the man.
Prosecutors say Amy Senser admitted drinking before hit-and-run
Prosecutors claim the wife of former Viking Joe Senser told one of her daughters that she had been drinking before she fatally struck a man along a freeway on-ramp in Minneapolis. She was in court on Monday for her last plea before jury selection in a criminal vehicular homicide case.
Prosecutor in Amy Senser hit-and-run: 'Blood was all over her car'
The criminal complaint says the wife of former Viking Joe Senser drove around for more than a half hour after hitting and killing a man then returned to the scene. Prosecutors say the complaint shows probable cause to back up the charges of vehicular homicide, but her defense attorney maintains she did not know she hit the man.
KSTP among TV stations subpoenaed by Amy Senser's attorney
KSTP reports the subpoena was entered into the court file Wednesday and asks for "raw audio and video footage" of interviews with jurors following Amy Senser's criminal vehicular homicide trial. The wife of former Vikings tight end Joe Senser was convicted of two felonies and is scheduled to be sentenced July 9. Her attorney is working on an appeal.
Prosecutors add count to Amy Senser case
The wife of former Minnesota Viking Joe Senser is facing an additional charge in the vehicle crash that killed Anousone Phanthavong. The new count alleges she "failed to give notice of the accident by the quickest means of communication to law enforcement authorities."
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