Murder trial for woman charged in Sox-NYY death

A second degree murder trial is getting under way for a New Hampshire woman charged with killing a man with her car after allegedly being taunted for having a New York Yankees decal on her vehicle.

The second-degree murder trial of Ivonne Hernandez is due to start Monday morning in Nashua.

Hernandez claimed shortly after the May 2008 crash that killed 29-year-old Matthew Beaudoin that a group of people had been taunting her because of the Yankees decal on her car.

She has said she drove toward the group with her car to scare them.

Hernandez is looking to get statements thrown out that she made to police after the incident.

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