Attorney: ‘Amy Senser Defense’ Used By Driver In Deadly Inver Grove Heights Hit & RunThe suspected driver in a fatal hit-and-run crash in Inver Grove Heights told investigators she thought she hit a deer.
After Her Own Struggle, Amy Senser Helping Husband Recover From StrokeJurors convicted her in the hit-and-run that killed a Twin Cities chef in 2011. Now, Amy Senser is dealing with her husband's recovery from a massive stroke.
After Suffering Massive Stroke, Joe Senser Living 'New Normal'Joe Senser's life changed forever on July 3 after falling in the bathroom, the result of suffering a massive stroke.
Defense Attorney Addresses St. Croix River Stabbing Suspect's AcquittalDefense attorneys Eric Nelson and Doug Hazelton believe the key to the case for Levi Acre-Kendall was his own testimony, where he stated he feared for his life and was trying to get away from Peter Kelly.
Amy Senser Heading Home After Finishing Work Release ProgramAmy Senser is headed home Monday after finishing the work release portion of her sentence in the 2011 death of Anousone Phanthavong in a hit-and-run crash in Minneapolis. The wife of former Minnesota Viking Joe Senser will now be on supervised release either at her Edina home or someplace else she wants to live for the next year.
Amy Senser Released From Shakopee Women's PrisonShe hasn't served her full sentence yet in a deadly hit-and-run crash, but Amy Senser was released from prison on Thursday. It also doesn't mean she's free and going home. The wife of former Vikings player Joe Senser will be moved to either a jail or halfway house to begin a work release program.
Good Question: How Much Of A Prison Sentence Is Served Behind BarsIn July 2012 a judge sentenced Amy Senser to nearly 41 months for the hit-and-run death of Anousone Phanthavong. Less than two years later, she's headed to work release. On Thursday, Senser is expected to move from the Shakopee Women's Prison to either a county jail or halfway house at night and a job during the day. She's expected to be there for six months before starting parole in October.
Amy Senser To Leave Prison This WeekAmy Senser is scheduled to leave prison this week to enter a work release facility. Starting this Thursday, the wife of former Minnesota Vikings player Joe Senser will be transferred from the Shakopee prison to a jail or halfway house.
Attorney Weighs In On Senser’s Claim That Wife Was Denied Fair TrialStar Tribune columnist C.J. recently interviewed attorney Ron Meshbesher about the Amy Senser case. When asked how he would have defended Senser, Meshbesher responded by saying it was a tough case because she left the scene of the fatal accident. Anousone Phanthavong, 38, was killed while refilling his gas tank on an Interstate 94 exit ramp in Minneapolis. Senser was convicted of criminal vehicular homicide in the 2011.
Amy Senser Granted Early Release From PrisonState officials say Amy Senser, who's serving time for a fatal hit and run, will be released nearly six months early from prison. The Department of Corrections says Senser applied for a transfer to a jail or halfway house for work release, and it was approved. Senser is the wife of former Minnesota Vikings player Joe Senser. She was convicted of criminal vehicular homicide in the 2011 death of 38-year-old Anousone Phanthavong.
MN Supreme Court Refuses To Hear Senser AppealMonths after a Minnesota Court of Appeals denied Amy Senser's appeal on her guilty verdict in the 2011 death of Anousone Panthavong, the Minnesota Supreme Court has rejected her appeal as well.
Court Denies Appeal In Amy Senser CaseThe 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.
1 Year After Conviction, Amy Senser's Appeal Is HeardAmy Senser's appeal of her guilty verdict went before the Minnesota Court of Appeals Wednesday.
Senser Appealing Conviction In Hit-And-RunAmy Senser wants her conviction in a deadly hit-and-run case thrown out.
Senser’s Appeal Hearing Pushed Back To MayAmy Senser’s appeal of the felony conviction in the hit-and-run death of a Minneapolis man will now be heard in early May.