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Amy Senser denies she received chemical dependency treatment

In an affidavit filed Friday, Senser's attorney claims there is no evidence his client was drunk when she hit and killed a man last year. Prosecutors have asked a judge to release Senser's medical records because they believe she may have received drug treatment after the crash. A judge is expected to make a ruling next month on the motion to dismiss the case. Senser is charged with two felony counts of criminal vehicular homicide.
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In an affidavit filed Friday, Senser's attorney claims there is no evidence his client was drunk when she hit and killed a man last year. Prosecutors have asked a judge to release Senser's medical records because they believe she may have received drug treatment after the crash. A judge is expected to make a ruling next month on the motion to dismiss the case. Senser is charged with two felony counts of criminal vehicular homicide.

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