The following is a list of people associated with the case.
- Antonio Aiello was a lawyer of Albanian heritage living in Perugia at the time of the murder. His involvement in the trial is through Hekuran Kokomani the Albanian witness who testified that he saw Amanda Knox, Raffaele Sollecito, and Rudy Guede together outside of the cottage the night of the murder. He originally met Hekuran Kokomani though mutual friends and had known him for 15-20 years. See also Antonio Aiello's Testimony (English).
- Luca Altieri was Paola Grande's boyfriend at the time of the murder. He was present at the discovery of Meredith's body. He wasn't acquainted with Knox, Sollecito or Guede. See also Luca Altieri's Testimony (English).
- Mario Alessi was a convicted prisoner who appeared as a defense witness. He testified regarding Guede's supposed prison conversations. See The Prison Informants.
- Fabio Angeletti was a Lay Judge at Knox & Sollecito's appeal, in 2007.
- Fabrizio Angelucci owned and operated a laundry and dry cleaner 30 meters from Raffaele Sollecito's home. Sollecito was a regular customer. See also Fabrizio Angelucci's Testimony (English).
- Antonella Monacchia was a consultant for Amanda Knox's defence. She is a researcher at the University degli Studi at Torino, and head of the forensic genetics section. See also Antonella Monacchia's Testimony.
- Anna Aprile was an expert appointed by the preliminary hearing judge, in 2008.
Anna Maria Artegiani
- Luciano Aviello was one of the Prison Informants who appeared as defense witnesses at the Hellmann Appeal. He claimed to know the identity of the "real" murderer. He later appeared at the Nencini appeal.
- Mauro Bacci was a professor in the department of Legal Medicine of the University of Perugia. He was appointed by the Public Minister on the case.
- Barbadori was an officer in the Scientific police service.
- Captain Filippo Barni was one of two experts from the Carabinieri RIS (Reparto Investigazioni Scientifiche) who were appointed by the Nencini appeal court to test sample 36-I on the Double DNA Knife. See also Andrea Berti.
- Michele Batistelli was an officer from the Postal Police of Perugia. He was present at the discovery of Meredith's body. See Michele Battistelli's Testimony (English).
- Giacomo Benedetti was a friend of Rudy Guede. He had a Skype conversation with Rudy when the latter was on the run in Germany. See Rudy Guede's Skype Conversation.
- Major Andrea Berti was one of two experts from the Carabinieri RIS (Reparto Investigazioni Scientifiche) who were appointed by the Nencini appeal court to test sample 36-I on the Double DNA Knife. See also Filippo Barni.
- Mauro Bigini was a Chief inspector in the Perugia Flying Squad.
- Alessandro Biscarini was born in Rome in 1980. He found Meredith Kercher's Motorola mobile phone in Elisabetta Lana's garden on November 2, 2007. See also Alessandro Biscarini's Testimony (English).
- Sara Boccali was Sollecito's landlady (owner of his flat).
- Fiammetta Biscarini was born in Rome in 1977. She was a daughter of Elisabetta Lana. She found Meredith Kercher's Ericsson mobile phones in Lana's garden on the morning of November 2, 2007. See also Fiammetta Biscarini's Testimony (English).
- Pieto Boemia was a footprint expert (for for the prosecution) at Knox & Sollecito's trial
- Stefano Bonassi, born in Fermo in 1986, was a resident of the downstairs flat, along with three other young men: Giacomo Silenzi, Marco Marzan and Riccardo Luciani. He was studying Communication Sciences at the university in Perugia at the time of the murder. See also Stefano Bonassi's Testimony.
- Giulia Bongiorno was born March 22, 1966, in Palermo. She graduated in 1989 in case law and began practising in Palermo. In 1993, she was a member of the defense team of Giulio Andreotti, who was charged with Mafia-related crimes. She defended several people accused of "white collar crimes" (corporate crimes, banking, bankruptcy, tax and financial matters), including the defense, in 2002, of Pierfrancesco Pacini Battaglia, known to the media as "the banker one step below God". She secured his acquittal on corruption charges. In 2008 she undertook the defense of Raffaele Sollecito.
- She was elected Member of the House of Representatives in the 2006 elections and has been a member of the Judiciary Committee and the Board of Jurisdiction.
- In October 2012, she joined the board of directors of Juventus football team.
- Paolo Brocchi was a defense witness who testified about the burglary of his office where he worked as a lawyer. The stolen items were found in the possession of Rudy Guede. See also Paolo Brocchi's Testimony (English).
- Gioia Brocci was a photographic agent of the Questura of Perugia.
Paolo Antonio Bruno
- Judge Paolo Antonio Bruno is the Supreme Court judge who heard Knox and Sollecito's appeal, in March 2015. He has previously been involved in "a number of high profile cases in Italy (upholding convictions in the controversial Marta Russo murder and Lavitola bribery cases and ruling in 2012 against two dozen police functionaries for grave violence in the G8 “Diaz” case in Genoa)."
- Marco Brusco was a defense counsel for Raffaele Sollecito.
- Buratti was an assistant to Napoleoni
Robyn Carmel Butterworth
- Robyn Carmel Butterworth was one of Meredith's friends (see Meredith's British Friends).
- Anna Calisti was a lay judge at Knox & Sollecito's appeal.
Rosa Natalia Guaman Fernandez de Calle
- Rosa Natalia Guaman Fernandez de Calle had been Raphael Sollecito's cleaning lady for two or three months. She had been born in Ecuador and had lived in Italy for 9 years. See also Rosa Natalia Guaman Fernandez de Calle's Testimony.
- Calmieri was a technical video engineer.
- Camarda was an assistant to Renauro.
- Pietro Campolongo was atudent and Merlin pub promoter. He testified seeing Meredith on Halloween night and Rudy Guede two days later (immediately after the murder) at the Domus nightclub. See also Pietro Campolongo's Testimony (English).
- Cantagalli was a technical video engineer.
- Nara Capezzali was a resident of an apartment in Via del Melo, above the car park, in Perugia, from where she could see Via della Pergola. She testified that she heard a scream on the night of the murder, followed by the sound of running footsteps. See also Nara Capezzali's Testimony (English).
- Castellucio was a prisoner who, as a defense witness, testified regarding Guede's supposed prison conversations. See the Prison Informants.
- Alessia Ceccarelli was a kiosk vendor in Piazza Grimana in Perugia. He saw a bloodstained man on the night of the murder. He also confirmed that Antonio Curatolo was in the square that evening. See also Alessia Ceccarelli's Testimony.
Angela Irene Ceccarini
- Angela Irene Ceccarini was a lay judge at Knox & Sollecito's trial.
- Daniele Ceppitelli was a police officer who took 112 call made by RS.
- Marco Chiacchiera was a deputy director of the Perugia Flying Squad.
Ana Marina Chiriboga
- Ana Marina Chiriboga was an employee at Marco Quintavalle's shop. She did not see Amanda Knox on the morning after the murder. She had also been Sollecito's cleaner.
Judge Luciana Cicerchia was President of the Court of Assizes, in Florence. She was the assistant judge at Knox & Sollecito's appeal, in 2013.
- Mario Cingolani was an expert appointed by the preliminary hearing judge.
- Giorgio Cocciaretto was a student in Perugia who was a friend of the young men who lived downstairs from Meredith. He was acquainted with Amanda, Meredith and Rudy. See also Giorgio Cocciaretto's Testimony.
- Manuela Comodi was a Public prosecutor.
- Stefano Conti was a professor of forensic pathology from the Sapienza University of Rome. He was one of Judge Hellmann's Court-appointed DNA experts.
Giancarlo Costa was the lawyer who represented Amanda Knox in the early stages of the case. He later walked away from her defense team.
Giancarlo Umani Costagliola
- Giancarlo Umani Costagliola was the Perugia Deputy Procuartor-General. Assistant to Galati.
- Dr. Alessandro Crini was the lead prosecutor at Knox & Sollecito's appeal, in 2013, in Florence. He had previously been among the Florence prosecutors who handled the investigation into the murders by the Monster of Florence and also the Mafia massacres of 1993.
- Dr Beatrice Cristiani was assistant Judge, and Extensor at the Micheli trial at which Guede was sentenced.
- Antonio Curatolo was a homeless man who testified to seeing Knox & Sollecito's in Piazza Grimana on night of murder, when they claimed to be at Sollecito's apartment. See Antonio Curatolo and Antonio Curatolo's Testimony.
- Antonio D'Ambrosio Sollecito Defence Team consultants
- Fabio D'Astolto was a Perugian police officer. He had been born in Australia and moved to Italy when he was 14. He did some language interpreting for Amanda Knox. See also Fabio D'Astolto's Testimony (English).
Carlo Dalla Vedova
- Carlo Dalla Vedova Counsel for Amanda Knox
Giacomo De Benedetti
- Giacomo De Benedetti Rudy Guede's friend
- De Cesare A prisoner. Defence witness testified regarding Guede's supposed prison conversations
- Anna Donnino is an interpreter and translator with 22 years experience. She was involved with the investigation from the beginning acting as an interpreter for Meredith's British Friends. She also translated documents and was used to interpret and translate intercepted communications. Anna Donnino's primary significance is that she was Amanda Knox's interpreter the night Knox falsely accused an innocent man and confessed to being present when the murder took place. See also Anna Donnino's Testimony (English).
Maria Ilaria Dramis
- Maria Ilaria Dramis was a student who lived in Via del Melo, in the neighborhood of Via della Pergola. She testified that she heard multiple sets of footsteps under her window, running away from the house around the time of the murder. See also Maria Ilaria Dramis's Testimony.
- Leonardo Fazio was a college friend of Raffaele Sollecito. He was expected to testify to Sollecito's past but had a sudden bout of amnesia. See also Leonardo Fazio's Testimony.
- Armando Finzi chief inspector of the Flying Squad of Perugia
- Alessandra Formica was a Perugian resident who testified to running into a black man, near the cottage, on the night of murder. See also Alessandra Formica's Testimony.
Anna Baldelli Fronticelli
- Anna Baldelli Fronticelli American English interpretor
- Dr. Giovanni Galati Perugia Procurator-General. Following the verdict of the Hellmann court, Galati prepared the 112-page prosecution appeal (or ‘recourse’) and presented it to the Supreme Court of Cassation. See Dr. Galati's Appeal To The Supreme Court of Cassation.
- Antonio Galizia was the Carabinieri station commander in Giovinazzo, who testified that in Sepember 2003, Sollecito was found in possession of 2.67 grams of hashish. See also Antonio Galizia's Testimony.
- Luciano Ghirga Counsel for Amanda Knox
- Michele Gigli Sollecito Defence Team consultants
- Sarah Gino Participated in the search of the house on via della Pergola
- Paola Grande Filomena Romanelli's friend. Present at the discovery of Meredith's body
- Superintendent Gubbiotti Scientific police
Rudy Hermann Guede
- Rudy Hermann Guede Convicted of being one of the murderers.
- Nathalie Hayward Meredith's friend
Claudio Pratillo Hellmann
- Claudio Pratillo Hellmann Presiding judge at the appeal of Knox and Sollecito
- Francesco Introna Professor of forensic pathology and consultant for RS
Arline Carol Mary Kercher
- Arline Carol Mary Kercher Meredith's mother; Civil plaintiff
John Ashley Kercher
- John Ashley Kercher Meredith's brother; Civil plaintiff
John Leslie Kercher
- John Leslie Kercher Meredith's father; Civil plaintiff
- Lyle Kercher Meredith's brother; Civil plaintiff
Stephanie Arline Kercher
- Stephanie Arline Kercher Meredith's sister; civil plaintiff
Amanda Marie Knox
- Amanda Marie Knox was one of the three accused of the murder of Meredith Kercher. See Amanda Marie Knox.
- Herkuran Kokomani was an Albanian who had lived in Italy for 15-16 years, working on a farm. He gave evidence at the Micheli trial and at the Massei Trial, testifying that he had encountered Sollecito and a knife-weilding Knox on the night of the murder. His account was somewhat confused and was discounted by Judge Massei. See also Hekuran Kokomani's Testimony (English).
- Dr Lalli Coroner
- Elisabetta Lana Owner of house where mobile phones were found
- Vincenza Liviero consultants appointed by the Public Minister
- Riccardo Luciani Resident of downstairs flat
Diya ("Patrick") Lumumba
- Diya ("Patrick") Lumumba was a Perugian bar owner who was falsely accused by Amanda Knox. See Diya Patrick Lumumba.
- Federica Macellari Lay judge at K & S appeal
- Letizia Magnini Counsel for A Tattanelli
- Luca Maori Counsel for Raffaele Sollecito
- Mauro Marchionni consultants appointed by the Public Minister
Francesco Paolo Maresca
- Francesco Paolo Maresca Counsel for JL, ACM and L Kercher
Caroline Espinilla Martin
- Caroline Espinilla Martin Acquaintance of Rudy Guede
- Marco Marzan Resident of downstairs flat
- Fabio Marzi Officer from the Postal Police of Perugia. Present at the discovery of Meredith's body
- Antonella Masciovecchio Lay judge at K & S appeal
- Dr Giancarlo Massei was President, and Extensor at Knox & Sollecito's trial. See the The Massei Report (English).
- Edda Mellas Knox's mother
- Giuliano Menichetti Lay Judge at Knox & Sollecito's trial
- Laura Mezzetti Meredith's flatmate
- Giuliano Mignini was the Perugia Public prosecutor assigned to the Meredith Kercher murder case. His role ended when the case was moved to Florence for the 2013 appeal. In 2013, Mignini was promoted to be one of the three Deputy Prosecutors General for the Umbria Region.
- Gregori Mirco Polizia di Stato Assistants with the Umbria Division of the Polizia Postale delle Communicazioni, gave testimony about computer evidence
- Raffaele Montagna Technical video engineer
Maria Ludovica Morelli
- Maria Ludovica Morelli Lay Judge at Knox & Sollecito's trial
- Monica Napoleoni Inspector in the Scientific police
- Paola Natalizi Lay judge at K & S appeal
- Antonella Negri From the University of Foreigners (testified re Knox's good record)
Alessandro Nencini was the President of the Second Chamber of Appeal of the Court of Florence. He was the presiding judge at Knox and Sollecito's re-convened appeal in 2013.
Marta Fernandez Nieto
- Marta Fernandez Nieto Acquaintance of Rudy Guede
- Gianaristide Norelli The consultant [expert witness] for the civil party, forensic police doctor
- Volturno Oreste The police officer who led a search of Sollecito's flat and said he had been struck by "the powerful smell of bleach" bleach"
- Carlo Pacelli was the lawyer who represented Diya Patrick Lumumba, who was a civil claimant at the trials of Amanda Knox.
- Francesco Pasquale Defence consultant
- Passeri Inspector involved in search of Sollecito's house
- Patumi Patumi Consultant for the defence of Amanda Knox
- Serena Perna Counsel for Stephanie Kercher
- Jovana Popovic Medical student. Acquaintance of Sollecito. Witness who saw Knox & Sollecito on night of murder.
- Saverio Potenza Defence consultant
- Helen Powell Meredith's friend
Domenico Giacinto Profazio
- Domenico Giacinto Profazio Head of the Perugia Flying Squad
- Sophie Purton Meredith's friend
- Marco Quintavalle was the manager of shop where he saw AK the morning after the murder. See Marco Quintavalle.
- Simonetta Ranieri Lay judge at K & S appeal
- Paolo Rapetti Lay Judge at Knox & Sollecito's trial
- Renauro Superintendant
Carlo Maria Scotto di Rinaldi
- Carlo Maria Scotto di Rinaldi was the proprietor of the Bubble shop in Perugia. He testified about Knox and Sollecito's behavior when they purchased lingerie two days after the murder. See also Carlo Maria Scotto di Rinaldi's Testimony.
- Lorenzo Rinaldi Footprint expert (for prosecution) at Knox & Sollecito's trial
- Daniela Rocchi Counsel for Raffaele Sollecito
- Samantha Rodenhurst Meredith's friend
- Filomena Romanelli was Meredith's flatmate. See Filomena Romanelli's page.
Giancarlo Umani Ronchi
- Giancarlo Umani Ronchi Expert appointed by the preliminary hearing judge
- Maurizio Rosignoli Kiosk owner in Piazza Grimana. Confirmed Curatolo's location.
- Rossi Assistant to Renauro
- Saccarelli Guede's lawyer
- Sabrina Scaroni Counsel for Diya Lumumba
- Giacomo Silenzi Meredith's boyfriend who lived downstairs.
- Sisani Assistant to Renauro
- Francesco Sollecito Raffaele's father
- Raffaele Sollecito Defendant
- Dr Patrizia Stefanoni Biologist of the Scientific Police
- Aldalia Tattanelli Owner of the cottage where the murder took place; civil plaintiff
- Francesco Tavernesi Representative from ONAOSI college where Sollecito had studied
Maria Antonietta Salvadori Del Prato Titone
- Maria Antonietta Salvadori Del Prato Titone Principal of Milan nursery school where Guede was found uninvited.
- Carlo Torre Consultant for the defence of Amanda Knox
- Torricelli Civil party consultant for the family of Meredith Kercher
- Cristian Tramontano Testified about an attempted robbery in his home, possibly by Guede
- Claudio Trifici Polizia di Stato Assistants with the Umbria Division of the Polizia Postale delle Communicazioni, gave testimony about computer evidence
- Trincia A prisoner. Defence witness testified regarding Guede's supposed prison conversations. See The Prison Informants.
- Marco Trotta Polizia di Stato Assistants with the Umbria Division of the Polizia Postale delle Communicazioni, gave testimony about computer evidence
- Andrea Valentini Lay Judge at Knox & Sollecito's trial
- Carla Vecchiotti was a DNA expert from the Sapienza University of Rome, appointed as an independent expert by Judge Hellmann.
- Professor Vinci Defence consultant
- Massimo Zanetti Advising judge at Knox and Sollecito appeal
- Marco Zaroli Filomena Romanelli's boyfriend. Present at the discovery of Meredith's body
- Lorena Zugarini Assistant Chief in Perugia Flying Squad
- Zugarini Sollecito's defence
- Source: Wikipedia
- Quoted from Andrea Vogt, The Freelance Desk, http://thefreelancedesk.com/amanda-knox-trials-meredith-kercher-case/
- Source: Andrea Vogt, The Freelance Desk,http://thefreelancedesk.com/cross-crucifix/