Rome (CNN) - Her story made headlines all over the world: An American college student studying abroad in Italy - charged with killing another student
Amanda Knox spent four years in jail before her murder conviction was overturned. Her family hopes Monday will be the last chapter in her long saga.
Prosecutors want to retry her, and Italy's Supreme Court will rule whether they can. If the court says that Knox's acquittal can't be overturned, the case is over.
This morning on "Starting Point," Knox attorney Ted Simon explains the hearing procedure, how the Knox family is coping and what the next steps are in Amanda's case.