Prosecutors called two dozen people to the witness stand this week before handing the case over to Amy Senser's defense team Friday afternoon. KSTP reports Senser is expected to take the stand Monday and the jury could begin deliberations by Tuesday.
Before adjourning for the weekend, the judge warned jurors he plans to sequester them once deliberations begin.
Amy Senser, 45, is charged in connection with the hit-and-run that killed 38-year-old Anousone Phanthavong last August. She faces three counts of criminal vehicular homicide.
Friday morning, Amy's husband Joe Senser confronted camera crews in the Hennepin County Government Center. Video below:
In an email to KARE 11, Senser explained why he confronted the news media:
"Please apologize to your camera crews for me. I purposely went to the other side of the atrium hoping they would follow me, they did. I wanted to get my daughter through the security line without someone taking photos and video.
I know that they have a job to do, it was not personal.
I take each threat against my family serious. Its just a Father's love for his girls. Thank You, Joe Senser."
Amy Senser's 15-year-old daughter and a State Patrol reconstructionist were among the witnesses who testified in court Friday.
A report seen on Good Morning America Thursday focused on the relationship between Amy Senser and her stepdaughter Brittani Senser. Watch the story below: