Senser asks judge for lighter sentence with no jail time

Her lawyer argues probation would be an appropriate sentence for Amy Senser, who is "deeply remorseful" about killing a many with her SUV last summer. Her vehicular homicide conviction could get Senser up to four years in prison when she's sentenced on Monday.
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Her lawyer argues probation would be an appropriate sentence for Amy Senser, who is "deeply remorseful" about killing a many with her SUV last summer. Her vehicular homicide conviction could get Senser up to four years in prison when she's sentenced on Monday.

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