Amber Heard’s legal counselors are currently charging that an off-base member of the jury was situated in the maligning preliminary against her ex Johnny Depp. They need the US court to pronounce malfeasance for Johnny’s situation and request a new preliminary.
Entertainer Amber Heard maintains that another preliminary should be requested, and a legal blunder to be pronounced in her slander argument against ex-Johnny Depp. Her legal counselors told a US court ‘fair treatment was compromised’ in the high-profile preliminary as an off-base hearer, who was not recorded for obligation, turned into a piece of the preliminary, and in this way the court ought to excuse the June 1 decision and request a new preliminary. As of late, Amber’s legitimate group had additionally requested that the court excuse the criticism preliminary decision, saying there was no proof to back Johnny’s case that Amber maligned her.
Amber was requested by the jury in a Virginia court to pay Johnny $10 million in compensatory harms and $5 million in reformatory harms, which the adjudicator brought down to $3.5 million in light of a cap in the territory of Virginia. Then again, Johnny Depp was requested to pay Amber $2 million following their maligning preliminary. The jury decided that Amber had slandered her ex in a 2018 article, in which she said she was a survivor of homegrown maltreatment.
As per another report, Amber’s legal counselors are presently claiming that an off-base hearer was situated in the criticism preliminary. Cutoff time provided details regarding Friday that a 77-year-old individual was called for jury obligation, who seems to inhabit a similar location as a 52-year-old, who had a similar family name’. The last option was the hearer, who wound up seating on the jury all through the preliminary.
“Ms. Heard reserved a privilege to depend on the fundamental security, as recommended by the Virginia Code, that the members of the jury in this preliminary would be people who were brought for jury obligation. For this situation, Juror No. 15 was not, as a matter of fact, a similar person as recorded on the jury board. In this way, the 52-year-old-(redacted) sitting on the jury for a long time was never brought for jury obligation on April 11 and didn’t ‘show up in that frame of mind,’ as required,” Amber’s legal counselors said in a to some degree redacted new documenting as cited by Deadline.
Amber’s legal counselor expressed that because of the supposed misstep, the ‘fair treatment’s had been ‘compromised’, and thusly said that malfeasance ought to be pronounced by the court, which would ruin the underlying preliminary and its result. “Ms. Heard’s fair treatment was along these lines compromised. Under these conditions, a legal blunder ought to be pronounced, and another preliminary arranged,” Amber’s lawyer Elaine Bredehoft was cited to have said in the new report.
Prior, Amber’s legal advisors had likewise claimed that Johnny was not qualified for any harms that were granted to him by the jury, saying, “There is no proof of harm to Mr. Depp’s standing brought about by Mrs. Heard’s Op-Ed.”
Johnny and Amber have both blamed each other for abusive behavior at home. Johnny sued Amber for criticism due to a commentary she composed for The Washington Post in 2018. She never referenced his name, however, she alluded to herself as a well-known person addressing homegrown maltreatment’. In 2021, Amber countersued Johnny for $100 million.