Amber Heard Planning To Appeal Johnny Depp Trial Verdict, Says Lawyer

Though the jury largely ruled in favor of the star against his ex-wife, Depp was still found liable on one count of defamation against Heard, resulting in the latter being awarded $2 million in damages while Depp was awarded $10 million. Heard herself spoke out about the trial verdict shortly after it was announced, describing feeling “heartbroken” by the decision and believing Depp’s lawyers “succeeded” in their alleged efforts to have the jury overlook her First Amendment rights in having penned the op-ed that started the trial. Bredehoft’s comments regarding the Depp trial verdict largely fall in line with that of her client’s statement, criticizing the outcome as a “setback” for other women who want to publicly address any domestic abuse they’ve endured in their lives.

Given the amount of money she would have to pay to her ex-husband, it’s understandable Amber Heard would want to appeal the Johnny Depp trial verdict. Depp himself appealed the verdict of the first defamation suit against The Sun, accusing Heard of not following through on her pledge to donate to charities with her damages and the judge having been unjustly influenced by the actress, though would lose the appeal on the grounds the donation was not a part of the initial trial. With the latest trial only having just come to a close, only time will tell how Heard will seek to appeal the trial verdict.

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Though the jury largely ruled in favor of the star against his ex-wife, Depp was still found liable on one count of defamation against Heard, resulting in the latter being awarded $2 million in damages while Depp was awarded $10 million. Heard herself spoke out about the trial verdict shortly after it was announced, describing feeling “heartbroken” by the decision and believing Depp’s lawyers “succeeded” in their alleged efforts to have the jury overlook her First Amendment rights in having penned the op-ed that started the trial. Bredehoft’s comments regarding the Depp trial verdict largely fall in line with that of her client’s statement, criticizing the outcome as a “setback” for other women who want to publicly address any domestic abuse they’ve endured in their lives.

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Given the amount of money she would have to pay to her ex-husband, it’s understandable Amber Heard would want to appeal the Johnny Depp trial verdict. Depp himself appealed the verdict of the first defamation suit against The Sun, accusing Heard of not following through on her pledge to donate to charities with her damages and the judge having been unjustly influenced by the actress, though would lose the appeal on the grounds the donation was not a part of the initial trial. With the latest trial only having just come to a close, only time will tell how Heard will seek to appeal the trial verdict.

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Source: Today

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