Amber Heard demands a new trial vs Johnny Depp as the wrong person sat on the jury

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just when we thought this whole trial drama was over, new information coming from Amber Heard's legal team may put a new twist to it all.

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She is demanding another trial against Johnny Depp and she has compelling new evidence to support her demands.

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According to evidence provided by Heard's lawyers, the summons for the jury were sent across Virginia in April 2022.

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One of the households that received the summons had two people with the same name. One of them is 77 years old and the other one is 52.

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Out of the two summoned individuals, the older one was the one who got the summon yet the 52-year-old was the one who attended the trial.

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This proves there was foul play from the very start of the trial. The folks at Deadline Hollywood were the first to report this

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Given the severity of the evidence, there was no way that Amber Heard's team wasn't going to send all the information with the hopes a new trial could be scheduled.

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If this happens, we will be glued to our screens for another six weeks.

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This is a statement from Heard's legal team: “Ms Heard had a right to rely on the basic protection, as prescribed by the Virginia Code, that the jurors in this trial would be individuals who were actually summoned for jury duty.

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"In this case, it appears that Juror No. 15 was not, in fact, the same individual as listed on the jury panel. Ms Heard's due process was therefore compromised.

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Under these circumstances, a mistrial should be declared, and a new trial ordered."

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As of right now, neither Amber Heard nor Johnny Depp's representatives have commented on the possible new trial that will take place.

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What happened is considered a federal crime, posing as a different person inside a jury.

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Further investigation of this case needs to take place and the findings will offer the Fairfax Courthouse more clarity in order to move forward.

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If there is further foul play afoot, Johnny Depp could not only repeat the whole trial but he might end up losing it as well.

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It appears he won't get rid of Amber Heard as easily as he previously thought.

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