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SHOTLIST:AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYPerugia, Italy - October 3, 20111. Wide of Knox in court2. Wide of Knox being escorted in courtTRIBUNAL POOL - AP CLIENTS ONLYFlorence, Italy - January 20, 20143. Wide of prosecutor Alessandro Crini speaking inside courtroom4. Medium shot of judges in courtroomAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYPerugia, Italy - October 3, 20115. Wide of Knox being escorted in courtAP IMAGES - AP CLIENTS ONLYSeattle - October 3, 20116. Wide shot of a picture of Meredith Kercher at a vigilAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYPerugia, Italy - October 3, 20117. Wide of Knox being escorted in courtAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYPerugia, Italy - November 3, 20078. Mid of police leaving house of Raffaele Sollecito, where Meredith Kercher was found dead9. Mid of policemen at house where Kercher was found deadABC POOL - AP CLIENTS ONLYPerugia, Italy - January 30, 201410. Tight shot of Sollecito sitting in court11. Wide shot of courtroomAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYRome - January 28, 201412. SOUNDBITE (Italian) Enrico Tonielli, criminal lawyer (transcript below)AP IMAGES - AP CLIENTS ONLYRome - October 4, 201113. Wide still of Knox hugging someone at the airport after her releaseAP IMAGES - AP CLIENTS ONLYNew York - September 20, 201314. Tight still of KnoxAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYPerugia, Italy - October 3, 20118. Wide of Knox being escorted in courtVOICE-OVER SCRIPT:FEW INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL CASES HAVE STIRRED PASSIONS AS STRONGLY.. OR LASTED AS LONG AS THE ONE PLAYING OUT FOR AMANDA KNOX.ON THURSDAY.. KNOX AWAITS THE *THIRD VIRDICT*.. SINCE SHE WAS CHARGED WITH MURDER MORE THAN SIX YEARS AGO.(NATS)THE SAGA STARTED BACK IN 2007.. KNOX WAS CHARGED BY ITALIAN POLICE WITH THE SLAYING OF HER 21-YEAR-OLD BRITISH ROOMMATE MEREDITH KERCHER.THE FIRST TWO TRIALS PRODUCED FLIP-FLOP VERDICTS OF GUILTY.. THEN INNOCENT --THE DEFENSE CONVINCING A COURT THAT D-N-A EVIDENCE WAS UNRELIABLE.. AND THAT KNOX.. LACKED A MOTIVE.(NATS)KNOX'S BOYFRIEND RAFFAELE SOLLECITO MADE AN APPEARANCE IN COURT THURSDAY MORNING AS LAWYERS MADE THEIR FINAL DELIBERATIONS.SOUNDBITE (Italian) Enrico Tonielli, criminal lawyer:"In the case of a definitive conviction, Italy can ask for extradition, and it should be evaluated if Amanda Knox has to serve the punishment in Italy or if she can stay in United States."FOLLOWING THE LAST TRIAL.. KNOX WAS RELEASED BACK TO HER HOME IN SEATTLE -- SHE'S NOW STUDYING AT THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON.. STARTING A NEW LIFE.BUT A GUILTY VERDICT COULD CHANGE ALL OF THAT ONCE AGAIN...ROBERT BUMSTED.. ASSOCIATED PRESS.