Amber Heard Shut Down By Judge…. Sorry No Jury Fraud Here

SORRY, NO JURY FRAUD HERE

Because the judge just slammed the gavel down on her accusation that one of the jurors committed fraud, Amber Heard could not salvage what may have been her most compelling argument for a new trial.

Documents had been submitted by Amber’s legal team saying that one of the jurors had taken the summons from his father, who had the same name, in order to have himself empanelled falsely. Both the father and the son share the same residence.

Because the summons did not include a birthdate, the court did not believe what Amber Heard was saying and concluded that there was no attempt at fraud. What is not apparent is whether or whether the son’s name contains anything to differentiate he gets from his father, like “junior” or a “II” at the end of the term. Whatever the case, the court ruled that there was no evidence of fraud and suggested that either the father or the son might have reported for jury duty.

Sale, determining that there was no fraudulent activity because the summons did not mention a birthday in its contents. What is not apparent is whether or whether the son’s name contains anything to differentiate he gets from his father, like “junior” or a “II” at the end of the term. Whatever the case, the court ruled that there was no evidence of fraud and suggested that either the father or the son might have reported for jury duty.

In addition, the court stated that Amber’s motion was an example of sour grapes because she could file it much earlier but is only doing so now because she was unsuccessful in the case. In other words, she did nothing to defend herself, so she would not receive any court redress.

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