It looks like Amanda Knox’s case made it to another court.
The highest court in Italy is set to hear appeals on murder convictions against Knox, 27-years, and ex-boyfriend Rafaelle Sollecito, 30-years, who were both guilty several years back for allegedly killing Knox’s roommate, Meredith Kerchler.
The ruling will determine whether to maintain the verdicts, made another appeal, or throw out both convictions.
If the high court maintains the murder convictions for Knox and Sollecito, the prosecutor will have the order to bring out their sentences. Sollecito will be in custody while the prosecutor will request the extradition of Knox, who’s currently in the United States.
Two years ago, Italy’s Supreme Court overturned their acquittals and pushed the case back to the Court of Appeals. In 2014, the court re-convicted Knox and Sollecito and sentenced the couple to 28 years and 25 years in jail, respectively.
The Supreme Court will hear arguments later this week before making a decision.
Kercher’s family lawyer will likely fight for Knox’s extradition.