Last Friday the jury that is assigned to take the case of the legal battle between the actress Amber Heard and the American producer Johnny Depp who sued her for 50 million dollars accusing her of defamation, failed to define a verdict on everything they have been debating for six weeks in Fairfax, located in Virginia, United States.
In turn, it was learned that it will be next Tuesday when they discuss again to reach an agreement where quite chilling confessions were heard from both parties. However, after several studies, they not only evaluated her behavior but also her expressions when talking about her.
As revealed by EFE, they explained that the laws of the state where the trial is taking place, the ruling must coincide in any way . Let us remember that Depp’s lawsuit is for defamation, although they have taken advantage of bringing up other points that were divided into three.
The defense of the protagonist of “Pirates of the Caribbean” pointed out that he has at all times accepted all the mistakes he made at some point when he was Amber Heard’s partner and they lived as spouses.
For this reason, the lawyers explained that they have been working so that the musician can also recover the “lost honor”. However, they did not want to focus on the economic issue for which he had to sue the American model.
Camille Vasquez, who has been one of the prominent lawyers for the interpreter of Willy Wonka, even stated that there was certainly someone who had been a “victim of domestic violence” and who was present in court, although it was not precisely “Miss Heard ”.
“It’s simple, if you believe that Depp was abusive to Amber only once… your job is very simple,” they pleaded in court.
Ben Rottenborn, one of Heard’s lawyers, concluded his participation based on the amendment to the United States Constitution, where they explain the point of freedom of expression. For this reason, they consider that they should not condemn her for the article that she wrote in The Washington Post.
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