Evidence used to convict Amanda Knox in spotlight

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The evidence initially used to convict American student Amanda Knox of murder was highly reliant on DNA material.
Knox's acquittal has been overturned by Italy's highest court of appeal. Knox was originally convicted of murdering her British housemate Meredith Kercher in Perugia, Italy. The initial guilty verdict found Knox and two other men, her boyfriend Rafaelle Sollecito and Rudy Guede, had murdered Kercher.
After appealing, Knox was acquitted after spending four years in jail.
In March 2013, Italy's Court of Cassation overturned Knox's acquittal, paving the way for a retrial of the case.
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