Prosecutors: Plenty of Evidence Justified Amy Senser's Convictions
The state's contention comes in response to Senser's appeal for conviction in the death of a Roseville man.
Hennepin County prosecutors are contesting Amy Senser's appeal of her two criminal vehicular homicide convictions last year in connection with the death of a Roseville man, according to a Pioneer Press news report today.
The St. Paul newspaper said county prosecutors, in legal brief, contend the plethora of evidence against Senser, of Edina, included testimony at her trial that she "deleted text messages after the deadly crash, gave away clothes she had been wearing and dyed her hair."
A jury last May convicted Senser, the wife of former Minnesota Vikings star Joe Senser, of two counts in the hit-and-run death of Anousone Phanthavong, 38, who was a Minneapolis chef. Currently, she is serving a 41-month sentence.
To see the complete Pioneer Press report, click on to this link.
Meanwhile, here are some prior news stories from Roseville Patch on the Senser case. Click on to the high-lighted links to see the stories: