Former Minnesota Viking Joe Senser testified Thursday that he wasn't surprised when his wife failed to pick up their daughters and friends from a concert the night she's accused of striking and killing a man on an interstate ramp in Minneapolis.
Former Minnesota Vikings tight end Joe Senser says his wife told him she hit a construction cone the morning after a man was killed on a highway exit ramp. But Senser testified Wednesday that he knew his wife had not hit a parking cone as she claimed, because of the damage to his Mercedes-Benz SUV.
A judge says the wife of former Minnesota Vikings tight end Joe Senser will be tried in Hennepin County. A defense attorney had asked that Amy Senser's trial on criminal vehicular homicide charges be moved. Attorney Eric J. Nelson cited inflammatory comments against Amy Senser posted on local blogs and websites
The attorney of the wife of former Minnesota Vikings player Joe Senser says she was not intoxicated when she struck and killed a man last summer. In a legal memorandum filed Friday, defense attorney Eric John Nelson wrote Amy Senser may have been speeding and talking on her cellphone, but there's no evidence she was drunk.
Amy Margaret Senser made her first appearance Friday in Hennepin County District Court on a charge of criminal vehicular homicide. The appearance lasted less than a minute. The judge set a pretrial hearing for Oct. 18.
The Hennepin County attorney has filed felony charges against the wife of a former Minnesota Viking in a fatal hit-and-run crash. The attorney for Amy Senser says she turned herself in to the Minnesota State Patrol this morning.
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