Johnny Depp v Amber Heard Trial: How It All Went Down On Tuesday, May 31

Johnny Depp v Amber Heard Trial: How It All Went Down On Tuesday, May 31The video below provides an indepth account of the events that took place yesterday at the courthouse in Fairfax, VA. We await the jury’s decision.

The jury remained the same size, but two were women. On Tuesday 31st May the jury returned but were unable to reach a verdict.

will attend a preliminary hearing on Tuesday, May 31

A live video will appear on this page as soon as the jury arrives to make their decision today.

What will the judge do when Johnny Depp’s lawyers argue that Amber Heard’s “inappropriate argument is the only evidence supporting

Yesterday, the legal team for filed a motion to strike part of ’s lawyer’s closing argument from the record. The jury is in deliberations currently and it is their decision whether this will be considered valid.

The passage in question saw the jury asked to consider the message this would send to victims of domestic violence.

In response to the jury, Depp’s lawyers have created an argument that would instruct the jury to disregard the one made by Darlene Hooley.

Jury wants to know more about the Washington Post article

The jurors asked Judge Penny Azcarate a question about Amber Heard’s Washington Post op-ed.

It was difficult for the student to answer question C, which dealt with the headline of the article and whether this statement was false. It was a reminder that the headline was “I spoke up against sexual violence – and faced our culture’s wrath. That has to change”.

Essentially, the jurors wanted to know whether the entire op-ed must be considered false if the headline is deemed to be false.

Judge Azcarate told the editor that this is not the case. The instruction focuses only on the headline.

No verdict of divorce in Depp v Heard trial

Angenette Levy of the Law and Crime Network believes that a Depp v Heard jury could be here all week as they continue to deliberate at a Fairfax County Court in Virginia.

“I think you have to keep in mind this is a six-week trial […],” Levy said on Tuesday. “So there’s a lot for them to consider and there’s a lot in the jury instructions for them to consider.”

She continued: “For the most part, jurors take their duty very seriously. They like to go through everything and they want to be fair.

She continued: “For the most part, jurors take their duty very seriously. They like to go through everything and they want to be fair.

Then again, some commentators think we could have the verdict in the coming hours…

 

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