Here’s how to watch the Johnny Depp vs. Amber Heard verdict live

The Johnny Depp v. Amber Heard defamation case is nearing completion as jury deliberations resume today, May 21, from 9:00 am. You can follow the verdict live.

After six weeks of trial, the jury finally received the case on the afternoon of May 27.

Over the past six weeks, the court and viewers have heard disturbing allegations of abuse from both actors.

We’ve also seen a huge pile of evidence in the form of photos, audio recordings, past love letters, and even private text messages.

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Here’s how to watch the Johnny Depp vs. Amber Heard verdict live

It’s unclear when the ruling will go live, but the earliest it could be is today.

Viewers can tune in court television to see the verdict whenever it comes out. The live stream features contributions from on-air presenters Vinnie Politan, Ted Rowlands, Julie Grant, Michael Ayala and Ashley Willcott.

You can also live stream the trial version Law and Crime Network on Youtube.

If not today, the verdict is likely come out sometime this week while the seven-member jury sorts through arguments, claims and evidence for six weeks.

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What is the jury deliberating on?

The seven-person jury — five men and two women — will rule simultaneously on Johnny Depp’s defamation lawsuit and Amber Heard’s counterclaim.

The six-week trial will determine whether statements by the two actors in the media have cost them their public image and potential earnings.

The jury will decide whether one or both are entitled to damages. You also decide the height.

The LA attorney agrees

Speak with Cosmopolitan BritainLA-based entertainment and criminal defense attorney Michael Mandell said the “true” winner of this case was the one who dominated public opinion in court.

“Consider this: is Depp more concerned with telling his side of the story to an engaged and large audience than actually winning?” commented the expert.

“There is undoubtedly a scenario where Depp loses his case and Heard loses her counterclaim. That would be a win and a loss for both.

Although Depp may ultimately be comfortable with being seen as an unhealthy partner, but not one who would physically harm a significant other,” the attorney told Cosmopolitan.

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