Amber Heard has authoritatively requested that the court excuse the preliminary decision in her blockbuster argument against Johnny Depp on Friday.

Heard’s lawful group documented a 43-page update contending that the last decision in the stunner case was “conflicting and hopeless” while requesting the case ought to be re-attempted.
“Mr Depp introduced no proof that Ms. Heard didn’t really accept that she was manhandled,” the lawyers composed.

“Hence, Mr. Depp didn’t meet the legitimate necessities for genuine vindictiveness, and the decision ought to be saved.”

Heard’s lawyer Elaine Bredehoft said the Pirates of the Caribbean star’s group trusted the evidence speak for itself “exclusively on a slander by suggestion hypothesis” while dismissing “any cases that Ms. Heard’s assertions were misleading”.

They likewise claimed that the hearer was brought into the world in 1970 as opposed to court authorities posting their introduction to the world year as 1945.

“This disparity brings up the issue whether Juror 15 really gotten a request for jury obligation and was appropriately reviewed by the court to serve on the jury,” the legal counselors composed.

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