Italy's Highest Court to Decide Final Appeal in Amanda Knox Case

Knox could face a prison sentence of more than 28 years if the Italian Supreme Court finds her guilty of murder.
2:26 | 03/25/15

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Transcript for Italy's Highest Court to Decide Final Appeal in Amanda Knox Case
All right, ginger, thank you. But now to Amanda Knox, Italy's highest court deciding her fate. Whether her latest murder conviction should stand watching this from her home in Seattle and ABC's Alex Marquardt has that story for us. Good morning, Alex. Reporter: Good morning, robin. That's right, that ruling from Italy's supreme court could come at any moment today. It could mark the culmination of more than seven years of legal proceedings or just be the beginning of a new legal battle for Amanda Knox. This morning, Amanda Knox is facing a familiar nightmare, her fate yet again lying in the balance of an Italian court. Knox's ex-boyfriend. Raffaele sollecito is in Italy this morning awaiting the country's highest court's decision. He faces up to 25 years in prison and the 27-year-old Knox could base more than 28 years in prison for murder still. This really has hit me like a train. I did not expect this to happen. Reporter: It's been a winding and emotional ride for Knox, her 2009 conviction for the alleged murder of college roommate Meredith Kercher was overturned on appeal in 2011 then that acquit wall as thrown out in 2013 and she and ex-boyfriend Raffaele sollecito were convicted again last year by an appeals court. Today, Italy's supreme court is expected to decide possibly once and for all if Knox's murder conviction should stand or whether she should face yet another trial on appeal. If this conviction is upheld there are no more appeals on the murder charge in Italy. Knox's life today couldn't be farther from her legal drama. She's newly engaged, working in a book store and her byline can be found on theater reviews for a small Seattle newspaper but ABC news learned she's also in therapy, still trying to cope with her tumultuous past and a very uncertain future. The big question this morning, if the conviction is upheld, will Knox be extradited and sent back to an Italian jail? I will never go willingly back to the place where I -- I'm going to fight this until the very end. Reporter: And, robin, just mopes ago we got a statement from the family of Meredith Kercher saying they hope there is a definitive decision so Meredith's family and friends can finally concentrate on remembering Meredith for who she was. Alex, thank you.

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