MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A juror in a fatal hit-and-run trial involving the wife of a former Minnesota Viking says the case was challenging because it came down to circumstantial evidence.
Jameson "Jay" Larson tells The Associated Press that the jury spent much of Thursday's deliberations trying to determine whether Amy Senser knew she had hit a person.
Senser said she thought she'd hit a construction cone or pothole. But jurors eventually convicted the wife of former Viking Joe Senser of two felonies.
Larson says jurors went through her testimony and the evidence such as phone records before convicting her in the death of a man on a freeway exit ramp last August.
Larson also says jurors decided they would not deadlock.
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