MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Amy Senser’s defense attorney wants to use news interviews conducted with jury members in his client’s upcoming appeal process.
Eric Nelson is waiting for an answer to a subpoena served this week to KARE 11, seeking raw audio and video footage of interviews with jurors, Jameson Larson and Anthany Sather and others.
While Nelson is not commenting on the subpoena he does say he plans to soon file post-conviction motions related to the case, and “that should answer any questions” around the subpoena.
Most of the jurors, including Larson, told reporters that Senser’s account of what happened the night Anousone Phanthavong was killed in a hit-and-run crash just didn’t add up.
A note written by a member of the jury, which was requested to be read in front of Senser, said “We believe she believed she hit a car or vehicle and not a person.”
Facing four years in prison, Senser will be sentenced July 9.