Can Depp Sue Heard for Doubling Down on Her Claims Post-Verdict? (L&C Daily)

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Can Johnny Depp sue Amber Heard again for doubling down on her claims of abuse after the jury found Depp not liable? Plus, Waukesha parade massacre suspect Darrell Brooks changed his plea to not guilty by reason of insanity or mental defect. Also, survivors of the Oxford High School shooting filed a federal lawsuit against the school district. The Law&Crime Daily team has the latest on these stories.

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