Let's Get Real.
Amanda was sentenced to 28 ½ years and her boyfriend, Raffaele Sollecito, got 25 years. Sollecito’s attorney went on the defense in 2014 saying there were major errors in the case, and those errors prompted the guilty verdict stated Gianfrancesco Genoso. Italian judges deliberated on the case, and They agreed with Sollecito’s attorney. The guilty verdict was overturned for a second time, but this one is final. Amanda and her boyfriend were cleared of all charges and can’t be put on trial again.
There’s little doubt that this case will be one of the most intriguing cases of the 21st century. How the Italian court system could make so many mistakes is beyond reason, but their inconsistency and lack of understanding does show the flaws that exist in legal systems around the world.