Amanda Knox Awaits Yet Another Verdict

American waits for the fourth time in six years for an Italian court to decide her fate.
3:00 | 01/28/14

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And the countdown begins for yet another verdicts for Amanda Knox just two days away from a jury deciding her fate in the 2007 murder. Cover roommate Meredith -- if found guilty this Thursday the prosecutor wants Knox and her former Italian boyfriend sentenced to 26 years in prison. The pair were first convicted in 2009. Knox spent four years in prison before the ruling was overturned. Knox and her former boyfriend will not attend Thursday both are anxious and worried about the outcome. But whatever the jury decide the case is still not closed as either decision could be appealed and returned to the highest Italian court. At this level a conviction could lead to Knox -- extradition. -- her lawyers have stated they would challenge that many experts say though that extradition is unlikely anyhow. Based on an extradition treaty between the US and Italy saying the request can't be granted for the same crime the person was once acquitted four.

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