Amanda Knox Legal Drama Not Quite Over

Former U.S. college student was dramatically acquitted of her roommate's murder in Italy.
2:18 | 03/22/13

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And that -- new pictures and details about her life. Here in the US right now -- she'll remember she was the American college student studying in Italy who was convicted. And then acquitted of her roommates murder and now her case if not -- Back in an Italian court ABC's John Mueller here with the very latest good morning huge good morning Josh Amanda Knox is not in Italy this morning she's here in America getting ready for the release of her memoir. But the final chapter of the sensational legal dramas not quite -- yet now Italy's highest court will decide if it was right to settle for. My family's the most important thing here out like this on -- -- Let them Amanda Knox is enjoying her freedom her Italian legal drama is not quite old. On Monday during a Supreme Court hearing in Rome the final step in Knox is legal process she will learn of Italy's highest court agrees with the decision to free her. The prosecution appealed Knox -- -- Tito's acquittal in a 100 page report questioning apparent contradictions in the ruling. The worst hearing outcome for Knox would be a retrial and another agonizing wait for to all it. Knox is defense has appealed her slander conviction a result of her falsely accusing her former boss Patrick Lumumba as her roommates killer acts. -- In 2009 Knox testified that she suggested lumumba after she was hit in the head yelled at and confused during nearly fifty hours of interrogation. We believe what a man has told us because she is extremely honest. Knox is already served a three year sentence for slander during her four years in prison. In Seattle Knox is back in class at the University of Washington she spends free time -- -- boyfriend James Toronto her three sisters or playing the guitar. Knox dedicated this past year to riding her upcoming memoir waiting to be Herbert. Now besides the worst case scenario of this hearing which could mean retrial there is a best case scenario which she would remain officially remain free and have that slander conviction overturned. And if that -- to happen she could actually seek compensation. For false imprisonment a lot at stake here just so much to get to thank you for that John and of course Amanda Knox. We'll speak for the first time in an ABC news' primetime special Diane Sawyer on April 30 that -- -- at 10 PM. Easter.

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