A local defense attorney, who is not affiliated with this case, weighed in on how the prosecution and defense will move forward.
It was announced earlier this month that St. Thomas football reached an agreement with WCCO Radio to stay on the local station for at least the next three years. WCCO Radio 830 AM has been broadcasting St. Thomas football since 2011.
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The Minnesota Court of Appeals denied the appeal from Amy Senser on her guilty verdict in the 2011 death of Anousone Panthavong. Senser was found guilty of criminal vehicular homicide.
Amy Senser’s appeal of her guilty verdict went before the Minnesota Court of Appeals Wednesday.
Amy Senser’s attorney filed a formal appeal on Wednesday in connection with Senser’s criminal vehicular homicide conviction in May.
For the first time since his wife’s conviction, Joe Senser is speaking out about the hit-and-run trial that sent Amy Senser to jail. On Monday, he took aim at Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman.
Amy Senser is spending her first of many nights in prison for the hit-and-run that killed a man. She learned Monday she’ll spend three years and five months behind bars for killing Anousone Phanthavong last August.
Amy Senser says she’s ‘deeply remorseful’ and ‘heartbroken’ for the family of a man she killed in a hit and run accident last year.
Amy Senser’s motion asking a judge to throw out her guilty verdict in the hit-and-run death has been denied. With this ruling, Senser is still scheduled to be sentenced on July 9. She faces up to four years in prison.
The University of St. Thomas has extended its broadcast agreement with WCCO NewsRadio 830 through the 2012-2013 season. WCCO-AM’s Dave Lee will continue to provide play-by-play for the Tommies, along with WCCO-AM’s Eric Nelson doing color commentary.
Amy Senser’s lawyer wants her guilty verdicts thrown out, and he’s also asking for a new trial.
Amy Senser’s defense attorney wants to use news interviews conducted with jury members in his client’s upcoming appeal process.
Amy Senser will take the stand in an attempt to convince jurors she didn’t know she hit a person with her car last summer.
The wife of a former Minnesota Vikings tight end has admitted being behind the wheel of her husband’s sport-utility vehicle last August when it struck a man on a highway exit ramp, killing him.
Amy Senser’s lawyer says she never went to a Florida detox facility for treatment. That’s according to court documents that were filed Friday.
he Minnesota Vikings dislike a new stadium funding source presented to them by Ramsey County officials. Lester Bagley, the Minnesota Vikings vice-president of Public Affairs and Stadium Development, spoke with Steve Thomson and Eric Nelson of WCCO Radio. He said this wasn’t the county’s best proposal.
The criminal defense attorney for Amy Senser, who is charged with criminal vehicular homicide in a hit-and-run death last year, intends to file a motion to dismiss the criminal case.
The deadline for a new Minnesota Vikings stadium came and went.
The St. Thomas football team already clinched at least a share of the MIAC title last Saturday with a 20-7 win over Gustavus, but the team has bigger things in mind.
Now it’s the Big 10 season, which means the 1-3 Gophers can achieve a lot for their program if they can at least be competitive on Saturday against the Wolverines. It’s the battle for the Little Brown Jug in front of more than 100,000 fans.
Minnesota finally has a team in the playoffs that’s a favorite, and now it’s time to see if the Minnesota Lynx can cash in on their home court advantage.
The Vikings play three of their next four games at home starting with Sunday’s home opener against Tampa Bay. Over at Winter Park, the Vikings’ offense is looking for a way to bounce back from its inconsistent effort at San Diego last Sunday.
The Gopher football team went back to work on Monday, but without their head coach. The Gophers were left to figure out how they let a home game against one of the worst teams in NCAA Division I football get away from them and drop to 0-2 on the season.