The Johnny Depp libel lawsuit against Amber Heard continues with the sixth week of the trial, starting Monday. While the trial was originally scheduled to end last week, additional evidence from lawyers for both sides has extended it again. May 23 will be the 21st day of proceedings with closing arguments tentatively scheduled for May 25 and 26, and a verdict now expected to be delivered on May 27. Live coverage of the trial begins today at 7 a.m. PT / 10 a.m. ET on the Law & Crime Trial Network, which is available on several cable packages and streaming services.
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What happened before in the Depp v. Heard trial?
Johnny Depp’s attorney has attempted to discredit Amber Heard’s testimony about Depp’s alleged abuse, which included accusations that Depp once threw a steak knife at an assistant and descriptions of alleged violent physical attacks by Depp versus Heard. Heard also claimed that the only times she got physical towards Depp were in defense of her sister. She also said she had only vague memories of her 2015 fight with her ex-husband, Depp, in which part of his finger was severed by a broken bottle. More evidence presented by both sides is expected to surface as the protracted trial resumes today and continues through the week before concluding with closing arguments from lawyers and then the final verdict.
HOW TO WATCH
What: Johnny Depp’s libel lawsuit against Amber Heard
When: Monday, May 23 from 7 a.m. PT/10 a.m. ET.
TV channel: Law and Criminal Trials Network
Watch Live Stream Online: You can watch Johnny Depp vs. Amber Heard live for free with Philo (free trial), or with fuboTV (free trial, plus News Plus add-on). If you are out of free trials, you can also watch it live with Sling (promotional offers, plus the News Extra module).
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