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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.
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.
The judge has released photos and hundreds of text messages shown to jurors during the trial that ended last Thursday. Amy Senser was convicted on two counts of criminal vehicular homicide for the accident that killed Anousone Phanthavong last August. Senser will be sentenced on July 9.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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