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.
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.