E-mails offer new insight into Amy Senser case

A series of e-mail exchanges between key legal players in Amy Senser's fatal hit-and-run case reveals last-minute maneuvering for plea deals and a trove of exhibits never presented at trial, including a state trooper's detailed report describing turmoil and allegiance among her friends.
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A series of e-mail exchanges between key legal players in Amy Senser's fatal hit-and-run case reveals last-minute maneuvering for plea deals and a trove of exhibits never presented at trial, including a state trooper's detailed report describing turmoil and allegiance among her friends.

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