Jury's Note to Judge May Play Role in Senser Appeal | News
Communication from the jury to the judge in the Amy Senser case may play a role in Senser's appeal.
A note from the jury reportedly said jurors believed Senser hit a car or vehicle, not a person. Though the jury asked that it be read in court, Judge Daniel Mabley did not.
Senser's attorney, Eric Nelson, says he was surprised to learn of the jury's communication with the judge.
"We are in the process of filing post conviction motions to address the ramifications of this issue," Nelson wrote in an email to the media.
Senser was convicted last week in the hit-and-run death of 38-year-old Anousone Phanthavong. She is scheduled to be sentenced in July.