Amanda Knox now faces a retrial for murder in Italy.
She is the former American college student who was cleared of killing her roommate, but early this morning, an Italian court overturned that acquittal.
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Knox's lawyer says she was shocked and saddened by the judges' decision.
Knox and her ex-boyfriend were convicted in the death of Meredith Kercher and spent four years in jail, but were freed in 2011.
The big question now: Could the U.S. refuse to extradite Knox?
Morning Express with Robin Meade will go live to Perugia, Italy, for the latest this morning on HLN.