Comparing Johnny Depp & Amber Heard’s Conflicting Testimonies (L&C Daily)

Law&Crime Network published this video item, entitled “Comparing Johnny Depp & Amber Heard’s Conflicting Testimonies (L&C Daily)” – below is their description.

The Law&Crime Daily team compares and analyzes the differences between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s testimonies. The former couple testified on several incidents that occurred during their relationship.

In other news, the Ryan Duke case continues to unfold in court. We saw Tara Grinstead’s former love testify in court on Wednesday. Plus, Law&Crime’s Linda Kenney Baden hosted an exclusive interview with a juror from the William Husel trial, along with Husel’s defense attorneys. Finally, celebrity chef Mario Batali was acquitted of all charges of sexual misconduct.

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Guests: Nicole DeBorde

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0:00 L&C Daily

1:08 Ryan Duke Trial

7:53 Johnny Depp & Amber Heard’s testimonies

12:30 Exclusive Interview with Husel Juror

16:29 Mario Batali Verdict

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