Amy Senser, left, and defense attorney Eric Nelson
GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn. - In the days after the verdict in Amy Senser's hit-and-run trial, KARE 11 interviewed two jurors on separate occasions.
Jurors Anthony Sather and Jameson Larson talked to KARE 11's Allen Costantini within 48 hours of the verdict being read.
Now, Eric Nelson, Senser's defense attorney, is asking for raw video of both interviews. A subpoena was served to KARE 11 on Monday.
KARE 11 General Manager John Remes said the station is reviewing the subpoena.
Amy Senser, the wife of former Minnesota Vikings tight end Joe Senser, was convicted of two felonies for her role in the hit-and-run that killed 38-year-old Anousone Phanthavong of Roseville last August. After the verdict was read, Nelson said he would appeal the court's decision.
Senser is scheduled to be sentenced on July 9.
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