The parents of Amanda Knox are confident that their daughter will be acquitted when she goes to trial for murder in Italy. Knox and her former lover Raffaele Sollecito were indicted yesterday on charges of murder and sexual violence in the death of British student Meredith Kercher. "I don't fear that they're going to find her guilty because her lawyers say that is not going to happen -- there is no evidence, no motive, nothing," Knox's mother told "Good Morning America" this morning.
An Italian judge is expected to decide today whether Knox and Sollecito will be released on house arrest. If not, they could face a long time in an Italian prison waiting for the end of the trial.
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