- Italian court twice convicted Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito of murder
- The two were convicted in 2009, acquitted on appeal in 2011 and convicted again in 2014
- Opposing sides argues over what is revealed by alleged murder weapon, DNA evidence
This is an edited version of a story first published in November 2009 during the first murder trial of Amanda Knox and Rafaelle Sollecito looking at the disputed evidence in the case, which has largely remained the same. It was previously updated in January 2014.
(CNN)Within weeks of British student Meredith Kercher's death in the vibrant college town of Perugia, Italy, in 2007, prosecutors and police declared the case closed.