"Knox’s lawyers—astonishingly, most American prosecutors would agree—didn’t coach her. In her original trial, where she was convicted of murder, she wore her long hair down and donned Beatles t-shirts and snug jeans. She smiled at the cameras and passed chocolates to her co-defendant Raffaele Sollecito. Her lawyers let her “be who she is,” as they often told The Daily Beast. It was a huge miscalculation. Knox behaved like a spectator throughout her trial, doodling in a notebook and rarely lifting an eyebrow to witnesses except to give them the occasional quizzical smirk. Anthony, for her part, sniffled in fear and stared wide-eyed at the court, looking like an innocent woman who couldn’t believe what was happening to her. Knox, meanwhile, shrugged her shoulders in defiance and disrespect."