Amy Senser will be sentenced Monday morning in a hit-and-run accident that killed a Roseville man last August on a freeway exit ramp in Minneapolis. In May, a jury convicted the wife of former Minnesota Viking Joe Senser of two felony counts of criminal vehicular homicide. Prosecutors want the judge to send Senser to prison for nearly five years. Her defense attorney has asked for probation.
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Amy Senser sentenced to 41 months in prison
A Hennepin County District Court judge said Amy Senser must serve at least two-thirds of her sentence behind bars for the fatal hit-and-run accident that killed a Roseville man last August on a freeway exit ramp in Minneapolis. In May, a jury convicted the wife of former Minnesota Viking Joe Senser on two felony counts of criminal vehicular homicide.
Prison time or probation looms as Amy Senser awaits Monday sentencing
Amy Senser is set to be to be sentenced Monday on two counts of criminal vehicular homicide in Anousone Phanthavong's death. The wife of former Minnesota Viking Joe Senser could get up to four years in prison, although her defense attorney says probation is appropriate.
Deliberations resume in Amy Senser case
Jurors recessed Tuesday night after more than four hours of deliberating without reaching a verdict in Amy Senser's vehicular homicide case. The jury resumed deliberations Wednesday morning. The twelve men and women are deciding whether the wife of former Viking Joe Senser knew she hit a person on a Minneapolis freeway exist ramp last August. The jurors are being sequestered until they reach a verdict.
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.
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.
Amy Senser's hit-and-run case goes to the jury
Deliberations are underway in her criminal vehicular homicide trial. The defense rested its case Tuesday morning and each side delivered their closing arguments. Twelve men and women will now decide whether Amy Senser knew she hit a person on a Minneapolis freeway exist ramp last August. The jury will be sequestered until a verdict is reached.
Defense rests in Amy Senser hit-and-run trial, closing arguments to follow
Deliberations could begin Tuesday afternoon and jurors will be sequestered until they reach a verdict. A retired State Patrol investigator was the last witness to testify Tuesday morning in Sener's criminal vehicular homicide trial. She is charged with three counts in the death of Anousone Phanthavong. The Roseville man was standing by his car on a freeway exit ramp in Minneapolis last August when he was struck and killed.
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.
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