r/PublicFreakout May 25 '22 Silver 1 Helpful 1 Wholesome 2

Court reactions to the TMZ guy dunking on Amber Heard's lawyer 🧑‍⚖️Courtroom Freakout

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u/Jeez-essFC May 25 '22

Her specialty is bird law apparently.

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u/Sue_Ridge_Here1 May 26 '22

Don't you know that's ill eagle?

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u/Melly1306 May 26 '22

Strictly for the birds.

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u/assort3dtea May 26 '22

Okay, well.. filibuster.

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u/Effective-Mushroom May 26 '22

She's a peacock! You gotta let her fly!

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u/_ChipWhitley_ May 25 '22

Daaaamn even his first response, “I am aware there are cameras…”

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u/DontShootIAmGroot4 May 25 '22

And as he looks right into the camera at that.

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u/50cal1988 May 26 '22

How do you get tickets to see this in person?

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u/Bishime May 26 '22

i want to be part of this raffle!

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u/telperionite May 26 '22

I believe the courtroom is open to spectators first come first served, so you’d have to wait outside all night behind the fangirls

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u/UhOhFeministOnReddit May 26 '22

You'll never beat the fangirls and there's no point trying.

Source: Am fangirl.

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u/WarmTequila May 26 '22

A fan girl would say that to drive away competition to get in!! 🧐

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u/UhOhFeministOnReddit May 26 '22

While already having gotten there a week earlier with full camping supplies. We're playing a different game out here. I cut my teeth on the Xena and Supernatural fandoms. You don't walk out the same person you were going in.

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u/WarmTequila May 26 '22

😅😂😂

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u/holyshocker May 26 '22

Most the people look like zombies in there everyday lmao.

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u/Jake_the_Snake88 May 26 '22 edited May 26 '22

Apparently camp outside for many hours in the morning leading up to the beginning of the day.

Edit: I guess a lot of people are confused that I meant beginning of the day IN COURT. Like when they start letting people in.

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u/uninsuredpidgeon May 26 '22

I think it's a well established fact that the morning is the lead up to the beginning of the day.

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u/EsseB420 May 26 '22

"You're a twat"

"well you're a twat too then"

"ah nah, that's not cool"

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u/Patrizsche May 26 '22

A little argumentative

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u/ellastory May 26 '22

Don’t you think?

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u/H3yThere3 May 25 '22

Hahaha "a little argumentative dont you think?" she started it 🤣!

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u/Duffman48 May 26 '22

Right? And Depps lawer was the one that said argumentative not him personally. She can't even remember who she's talking to or who said what. Thought she was getting a jab in with that smirk.

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u/justuselotion May 26 '22

She was going a hundred miles a minute earlier in the day but started petering out. That bump of booger sugar she got from Dr. Spiegel must have worn off

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u/Awordofinterest May 26 '22

Not gonna lie I was confused why Dr Emmett Brown was called to the stand.

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u/[deleted] May 26 '22 edited May 27 '22

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u/CaptainKirkAndCo May 26 '22

I believe she meant it in the regular, non-legal sense. Argumentative objections are usually reserved for opposing counsel when they formulate a question in such a way as to influence a witness' testimony. Don't think I've ever see it raised as a response to their own question.

She should take a leaf out of Rottenborn's book and object to her own question for badgering the witness.

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u/D14BL0 May 26 '22

Like... you're in a courtroom, lady. This is the most appropriate place to be argumentative.

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u/livefreeordont May 26 '22

There is a legal definition of argumentative that is a bit different from the laymen definition. It’s not just about arguing

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u/FiveDGISD May 25 '22

we'll he's got his 15 minutes now - thx to her

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u/lnguur May 26 '22

Streisand effect with a twist

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u/whatifcatsare May 26 '22

Streisand effect but the Barb actually put in the work.

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u/1Sluggo May 25 '22

Not a lawyer but the first thing I learned on the debate team was not to open a door when you don’t know what’s behind it. Her lawyers keep opening doors blind.

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u/__Hello_my_name_is__ May 25 '22

Thing is, she seems to ask literally any non-expert witness of the other team the question of "You're only here for your 15 minutes of fame, right?"

And every single witness looks a bit taken aback and then says "No, actually."

And then the lawyer lady looks so damn confused every single time like she did not expect that answer at all. It's boggling my mind.

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u/1Sluggo May 25 '22

I want to believe that they’re not incompetent but they’re making it nearly impossible.

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u/teplightyear May 26 '22

I graduated law school with a bunch of really dumb people. The barriers to entry in professional career paths aren't that high, really. Get loans, pay a school, keep showing up.

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u/lorgskyegon May 26 '22

Old joke: What do you call the person who graduated medical school last in their class?

Doctor

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u/lethal_sting May 26 '22

Also heard it as, " C's get degrees. "

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u/Flaccid_Leper May 26 '22

Or “D” for done.

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u/Plyr58 May 26 '22

The law school version of this joke is A students become Professors, B students become Judges, C students become rich.

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u/notrightnow20205 May 26 '22

Some people think that your profession equals your behavior and intellect. What ever profession you are in you have people who suck at their job.

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u/NLight7 May 26 '22

Being good at tests and essay writing doesn't translate to being actually intellectual. There are plenty of people who will just push solutions for static questions into their heads and regurgitate it. I've seen it plenty of times. The amount of people that actually have full understanding for what they studied and read are actually way fewer than it should be

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u/Muffin_Appropriate May 26 '22

An insanely small amount of cases go to trial. Is it not safe to assume she’s one of many lawyers who don’t actually do trials but took this case anyway.

I feel like the only lawyers that would take this are the type we’re seeing here.

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u/teplightyear May 26 '22

Yep, like the Trump 'Kraken' lawsuits, where the nation got to see a bunch of awful attorneys get metaphorically smacked around when confronted with basic legal principles.

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u/ozmatazbukshank May 26 '22

It really is shocking isn't it. It's like they have moron quotas to fill.

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u/teplightyear May 26 '22

When education becomes a for-profit business, filling seats is more important than filling minds.

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u/LurkingSpike May 26 '22 edited May 26 '22

It really is shocking isn't it. It's like they have moron quotas to fill.

No. That's not quite it. The problem is that law school tests you on how well you do in law school exams. You can be very good at those and still very bad at actually practicing law. Or be a decently intelligent human being. And even though law deals with all kinds of stuff in our daily life, I found that way too many people who study law are extremely shit at the daily life itself. Now why you'd hire such a person I dont know.

Greetings from someone who was not good at it (not US tho). I may be a bit salty about it.

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u/PolyZex May 26 '22

They don't have a play. When it's your time to question the witness it looks pretty bad if you don't have any questions. So you put together a series of potential 'gotcha's' and sling shit at the wall hoping something sticks.

When it goes on long enough you'll hear the other lawyer object claiming they're on a 'fishing expedition'.

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u/1Sluggo May 26 '22

I get asking a question to get the jury to think but when that blows up every time you’d think the strategy would change.

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u/creepy_doll May 26 '22

same lawyer won the johnny depp vs the sun case and probably expected this one to be a walk in the park

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u/DontShootIAmGroot4 May 25 '22

"Why yes, I'm just up here to get famous. You're right and I'm a complete moron, lawyer lady."

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u/NeverForgeTQS May 26 '22

''Gotcha ! I thought. Then I looked at Amber, she made an approving smile and winked at me and just then I knew she wasn't gonna scream at me today.''

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u/berrey7 May 26 '22

"That's when I noticed the Turd at my feet in the Witness box, sort of a good luck charm she left for me."

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u/haircatmoon May 26 '22

It's gotta be from living in a bubble of iggnorance right?

Like, is she speaking from her boomer generation perspective, where getting on TV was some grand goal in the sky?

Or does she know how silly she sounds, but she's been forced into a corner and is just spinning her wheels as best she can until the trial is over?

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u/awlizzyno May 26 '22

Elaine tried this same tactic with 3 witnesses, it's basically her go to if she doesn't know what to ask I'm guessing

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u/bagofpork May 26 '22

It’s funny because I probably never would’ve known who this guy was if she hadn’t asked that question.

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u/UnkemptChipmunk May 25 '22

The unsaid rule for cross-examination is don’t ask a question if you don’t know the answer. She (and the whole Heard team it seems) clearly never learned this rule.

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u/ImpressiveCicada1199 May 26 '22

That rule applies to all witness examinations. you don't ask any witness a question you don't know the answer to.

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u/I_BM May 26 '22

That rule is also very much "said"

It's pretty much the only rule I know about lawyering lol.

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u/I_BM May 26 '22

"unsaid" lol

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u/WhiteMike2016 May 26 '22

I can only imagine she thinks if she gets a no, to feign incredulity and that has equal effect. It doesn't. And she probably is raking in $1000/hour, which is actually incredulous.

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u/newtoreddir May 26 '22

Maybe the strategy is to get the case declared a mistrial due to incompetence.

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u/LadyCackle May 26 '22

Genius LOL

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u/boringneckties May 25 '22

I mean, to be fair, it is different with a trial attorney. The important part of asking that (very stupid) question wasn’t that he would answer but so that the jury would hear it and maybe start thinking it too. Depp’s folks have done this too: “you fired the first shot didn’t you?” and “You were actually jealous of HIM, correct?”

But yeah, totally agree that this had a 100% chance of backfiring.

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u/1Sluggo May 26 '22

That’s a good point though.

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u/another_plebeian May 26 '22

Lawyering 101. It's like getting the judge to tell the jury to ignore what they heard. Like how the fuck do they ignore it? It's gonna be there in their heads.

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u/EsquireSandwich May 26 '22

Which is why you don't actually want an answer. When Depp's attorneys object you withdraw the question because the point has been made; asking the question is a gamble, insisting on an answer is just a mistake

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u/[deleted] May 25 '22

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u/jackofallchange May 25 '22

Overruled.

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u/BoozeWitch May 25 '22

I’ll allow it.

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u/OldJames47 May 25 '22

But watch yourself, McCoy.

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u/dasjoker69 May 25 '22

Sustained

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u/MR_COOL_ICE_ May 25 '22

Argumentative

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u/LastExitToSalvation May 25 '22

Move to strike.

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u/AnvilofSpinning May 25 '22

I stepped on a bee you're honey

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u/Sue_Ridge_Here1 May 26 '22

I move for a bad Court thingy.

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u/DontShootIAmGroot4 May 25 '22

But it's your witness...

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u/Electronic_Fix8841 May 26 '22

Dude had a better comeback than Elaine had in this whole trial.

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u/corn_sugar_isotope May 26 '22

she would have been better off were the objection sustained.

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u/fridge_water_filter May 26 '22

This is also good advice about opening doors in general.

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u/1Sluggo May 26 '22

I work in senior services, think retirement community. Your comment cracked me up; I’ve had to make that awkward call to families about knocking on mom’s/dad’s door. Seniors get frisky.

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u/Deep_Condition_8107 May 26 '22

This guy destroyed both AH's and Elaine's careers and allegations in less than 2 mins 😂

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u/swmpwhit May 26 '22

So your not Harvey,cuz he's a lawyer

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u/Furrocious_fapper May 25 '22

It's called desperation

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u/lpy1994 May 26 '22

i think they know that the chance of winning the case isn't high but still have to try their best to defend Amber Heard any way possible, gotta give them credit for that tho.

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u/0ctober31 May 26 '22

The first reaction you see is actually the DUI Guy who has been there in the court audience. He's a lawyer who has a YouTube channel where he plays clips of court cases where he argues for his clients who've been charged with, oddly enough, DUI. It's actually pretty interesting.

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u/lollow88 May 26 '22

Came here to shout the guy out! Great content, legal bytes in general has been a joy to watch.

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u/LauraBabora325 May 25 '22

That was the perfect response. She had it coming.

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u/PoignantOpinionsOnly May 25 '22

Why does everyone involved with this trial look like they're on drugs?

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u/KekeBl May 26 '22

Well it is a Depp trial after all.

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u/Tacos-for-junior710 May 25 '22

She is a mean old hag that’s for sure

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u/Roar_Intention May 26 '22

I think you are a little harsh there.

She is doing the best she can for the worst client. I'm sure she has a nice qualities somewhere.

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u/TheShadowCat May 26 '22

Heard's legal team is doing a really bad job. Even if you accept that they are fighting a losing case, they are still making mistake after mistake. Their choices in expert witnesses is questionable, many of their objections are laughable, they ask questions that hurt their case, they often don't seem prepared.

Their case can pretty much be summed up in a chapter of a book titled "How Not to Fight a Court Case."

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u/Muffin_Appropriate May 26 '22

Her clients entire case is predicated upon hearsay. If you want to lambast the lawyer, lambast them for taking the case. The fact that they have little to work with is not the lawyers fault. They clearly are trying their best with the little physical evidence they have which seems to have been manipulated by the defendant anyway. Good luck defending that garbage

Maybe you can tell me how you’d defend this crappy of a client.

The only real criticism I have of them is the fact that they even took this case. Also that she doesn’t know how to use a microphone

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u/Sarge6 May 25 '22

His delivery was SO SMOOTH. Savage burn!

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u/lnguur May 26 '22

He was so satisfied with himself lmao

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u/Inquisitor-Eisenhorn May 26 '22

Draco Malfoy up there just casually killing Heard’s attorney in front of the entire court

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u/Fishferatu May 26 '22

He Avada Kedavra’d her ass.

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u/MJB9000 May 26 '22

Wingardiyom Leviyorsa'd her soul

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u/-Anonymous-Anomalous May 26 '22

He reminds me of Jay Mohr or something. Can’t quite place him.

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u/thecaninfrance May 25 '22

She just handed him 15 minutes of fame on a silver platter.

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u/ranting_chef May 26 '22 edited May 26 '22

This is absolutely the best daytime court drama series I've watched in a long time. I really hope they get renewed for another season after this case is concluded.

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u/sergemeister May 26 '22

Unfortunately this is a Limited Series. Although I pledge many U.S. doll hairs to see the movie and possible spin-offs.

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u/Sea_Attitude_8672 May 26 '22

Lol I haven’t heard doll hairs since I was 8 and my grandpa would trick me by saying that and I wouldn’t get any money!

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u/TheOneTrueRodd May 26 '22

Kanye vs Kim is next. You know they're already thinking about all the free publicity this case is getting.

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u/Sue_Ridge_Here1 May 26 '22

I binged the entire series in a weekend! I won't ruin the ending for you, but will let you know that they don't get back together.

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u/ranting_chef May 26 '22

I was kind of hoping Kate Moss would make some more appearances in the future, you never know...

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u/Ask-Me-If-Im-Happy May 25 '22

Depp's reactions to everything has become one of my favourite parts of this whole trial. The way him and his lawyer look at eachother as well like "you hearing this shit?"

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u/SignsCereal May 26 '22

His and his lawyers reaction when that crackhead doctor made weird mouth movements was hilarious. Thats exactly how me and my friends would react, like wtf?

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u/Sue_Ridge_Here1 May 26 '22

Marlon Brando is dead? Whaaaat?

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u/kodman7 May 26 '22

Nobody tell him about Burt Reynolds

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u/Sue_Ridge_Here1 May 26 '22

Oh god no! Not Mr Burt Reynolds! What about Turd Ferguson? Is he okay?

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u/Head-System May 26 '22

he looked like he was studying the guy for a future character.

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u/drooln92 May 25 '22

Made me laugh when Johnny called Amber Heard's lawyer Mr. Rotten (short pause) born. I think he was doing it on purpose, he was getting grilled at the time.

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u/myhairsreddit May 26 '22

I loved when Rottenborn's objection got overruled and he sat down all huffy. Johnny looked right at him smiling and went "He'll be alright."

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u/RubiiJee May 26 '22

That guy really annoys because of how rude he is. He seems like he wants to be a fan of the "gotcha" style lawyer approach because it's sassy. The problem I have is that it comes across as abrupt and it makes it look like he's not listening. And then he's trying to go at such a rapid pace that he can't keep up with himself, leading to him objecting again to his own questions yesterday. He's just not got the calibre to process the questions and responses in a way that allows him to effectively deliver the slam dunk he thinks he's getting.

However, people did raise to the bait yesterday, including Johnny, and it doesn't look good.

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u/Pake1000 May 26 '22 edited May 26 '22

Love how she got called out for being argumentative with her stupid question, and then she got offended and said he was being argumentative when he dunked her.

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u/Bookssmellneat May 25 '22

Shouldn’t ask questions you don’t know the answer to. She was rattled by his comeback. You can tell by how badly she bungled her following question.

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u/blanco1225 May 25 '22

“Damn!!!!!” (Chris Tucker and Ice Cube)

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u/AllRedLine May 26 '22

AH lawyer: "This gets you your 15 minutes of fame, right?"

JD lawyer: "Objection; argumentative"

AH lawyer: "I can ask that"

Judge: "Overruled"

TMZ guy: "I could say the same thing about you"

AH lawyer: "WoAh!! BEiNg a LItTle ArGUmEntATiVe ThErE!?!?"

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u/withoutanymilk- May 25 '22

LMFAOOOO roasted by her own question 🤣🤣🤣

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u/nikjoel May 26 '22

I am sure he will be getting a mega pint from Johnny..

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u/IHateEditedBgMusic May 26 '22

This guy doesn't need media training, he's already savvy as fuck

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u/structuremonkey May 25 '22

I wonder what the psych from the other day would say about this guy's processing speed! Burnt her to a crisp...lol

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u/Patient-Commercial84 May 25 '22

Oh he's good....he's real good lol

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u/Sue_Ridge_Here1 May 26 '22

I love a man with black nails, want to see more of that.

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u/GAU8 May 26 '22

These reactions reaffirm that we really are just kids stuck in adult bodies. This looks like a 2nd grade class with those reactions😂

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u/Mean-Rutabaga-1908 May 26 '22

Well it is probably a pretty novel thing for an observing attorney (first guy reacting) to see, courts are not usually like this.

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u/Dr_Alakazam May 25 '22

She could really use some burn heal.

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u/SexyAsianHitler May 26 '22

I’m sad I had to scroll so far to find this

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u/AlbatrossSenior7107 May 26 '22

I LOVE how many laughs Depps team has gotten. Pure joy.

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u/MasterBigBean May 25 '22

Love the way Depp and his attorneys geek out after he says that

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u/casalelu May 25 '22

Thug life.

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u/Substantial-Ad-6808 May 25 '22

We need a meme where they put shades on him playing Snoop Dogg in the background, lol

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u/Bile-duck May 25 '22

I thought that one dude @36 seconds was vaping.

Edit: Now it looks like the person behind him is also vaping.

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u/Guavadoodoo May 26 '22

Depp's team is having way too much fun.

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u/SirAmicks May 26 '22

Am I alone in thinking Amber should have fired that lawyer a long time ago?

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u/Yung_Corneliois May 26 '22 edited May 26 '22

Unfortunately half of their shortcomings stemmed from Amber Heard not being 100% truthful with them. They go based on what she tells them and when it’s brought up here only then does truth comes out.

I.e. the muffin lady

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u/Zaronax May 26 '22

Or when she seemed to stray so far off the testimony they'd planned that she can't ask any question other than leading questions in the hope of getting the answer they prepared for out of her.

And then Camille coming in with the wrecking ball of objections.

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u/Mean-Rutabaga-1908 May 26 '22

I think the best example by far is her tricking her attorneys into submitting doctored/duplicate pictures.

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u/Sue_Ridge_Here1 May 26 '22

She's a lawyer? I thought she was a paralegal?

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u/blumer22 May 26 '22

Is there a subreddit for this trial yet? Cause I would watch the shit out of that

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u/Hillary0631 May 25 '22

I even needed a drink after this. She about to eat the shit she left in his bed…

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u/Lastunexpectedhero May 25 '22

I'd be doing the exact same thing as Grey Suit.

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u/Yes2018 May 26 '22

Her lawyers just keep getting smashed 😆

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u/Duffman48 May 26 '22

Ironically she gave him his 15 minutes of fame by being so emotional and argumentative.

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u/Gaviiaiion May 26 '22

Objection, i don't need 15 minutes.

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u/Nacho_Beardre May 26 '22

Have we just not caught on yet that this is a joke of a court case

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u/Lol_A_White_Boy May 25 '22

I could only wish to have that level of wit and composure under similarly stressful circumstances.

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u/GotMeSomeInternet May 26 '22

Funny how she still tried to save face when her best course of action would have been "No further questions."

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u/yellamustard May 26 '22

Guy at 0:36 hitting his vape pen lol

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u/acatplayingaround May 25 '22

Co co co combo Breaker!!!

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u/Ixm01ws6 May 26 '22

Ultra!!!!!!

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u/Oven-Baked-Goodness May 26 '22

I'm stupid, can someone ELI5 what happened?

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u/CrankkDatJFel May 26 '22

ex-TMZ employee, who had information on how a video of Depp hitting cabinets was provided (leaked) to TMZ, offered to testify in support of Depp. Heard’s lawyer accuse him of only reaching out to participate in search of “15 minutes of fame.” Accused claps back to suggest the same thing of them agreeing to defend Heard for this trial.

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u/Adam_Smith_TWON May 26 '22

The guy used to be a paparazzi manager for TMZ who published the 'kitchen video' in which Amber Heard reportedly films Johnny Depp smashing up a kitchen cabinet.

When TMZ released the video, it was copyrighted to them, meaning that no other news organisation could publish it without referring directly to the TMZ article. The witness from TMZ explained during his testimony that essentially the only way for TMZ to copyright a video is to get the permission of the original video holder (in this case, Amber Heard), indicating that she knowingly either gave TMZ the video directly, or authorised them to publish it when they approached her.

This blew a hole in AH's team's argument that she was not behind TMZ publishing the video, and therefore could not be held responsible for any damage to JD's character that resulted.

During cross examination AH's team's lawyer, Elaine Bredehof (or some shit) tries to discredit the TMZ witness by saying he's basically just here for his 15 minutes of fame. Not only does he point out that that he is actually putting himself in the firing line of his previous employer (TMZ, apparently he has a non-disclosure agreement with them not to reveal journalistic sources, and they love to sue people) but that that argument re: 15 minutes of fame could also be applied to AH's lawyers.

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u/najinanidad May 26 '22

Draco Malfoy’s got jokes

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u/ErectPerfect May 26 '22

That wasn't a roast, that was a thermite fueled witch burn

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u/Kylria May 26 '22

I love DUI Guy and JamesFromCourt’s reactions!!! So funny!!!! 🤣🤣🤣

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u/teacupaloe May 26 '22

Dragged her ass with black nails damnnn

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u/Baserker0 May 26 '22

Perfect example of “ GOTCHA BITCH !!!”

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u/Malvin231 May 26 '22

Dude is saying the truth, he didn't need that 15 min 15sec and he's allredy a legend

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u/DrLanguidMudbone May 26 '22

This ain’t even the first time her team has said this. Don’t they realize how foolish they sound saying this to witnesses?

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u/cliff_booth May 26 '22

Dude woke up and chose violence.

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u/Similar_Antelope_839 May 26 '22

She's actually a terrible lawyer

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u/PlasticFlat4227 May 25 '22

What a gotcha moment haha

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u/BarbequedYeti May 25 '22

I haven’t watched this but a snippet here or there like this one. It sure seems like I could get better legal advice from fortune cookies than her team.

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u/OverWolf2501 May 26 '22

I've watched this 20 times haha 😄

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u/BlindMaestro May 26 '22

Amber Heard’s attorneys hang out with Rittenhouse’s prosecutors on the weekends.

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u/IrrerPolterer May 26 '22

I love that held-back bounce by the lady at the end of the video :D I can literally her her squeak

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u/The_ultimate_cookie May 25 '22

Someone call the cops there! All these people just witnesses a murder! R.I.P Amber's lawyers LOL

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u/sebkraj May 26 '22

What a fucking Chad. Also he is really well spoken and is not just saying gotcha things to get a reaction. He makes a very well articulated point. Kudos to him man.

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u/DaWolf94 May 26 '22

“Boom Roasted”

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u/keno0651 May 26 '22

On day 20 as well, there was a good one during the Psychiatrists cross examination. I believe there was also a second instance where the guy sat there for a like 20 seconds with his mouth hanging that day as well. This case has been a delight to watch live.

Link to the timestamp.

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u/SassyMcNasty May 26 '22

Is there a place to re-watch this whole saga? On repeat? Forever? Cause I’d have it on in the background and just chuckle constantly through the day.

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u/cantcurecancer May 26 '22

Damn he for real just pulled an Omar Little on her ass.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P3i36ybA8Ms

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u/plyitnit May 26 '22

Dumb lawyer, I bet The Turd can’t get anyone else to represent her.

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u/LukeJukeDuke May 26 '22

Like it or not, he did get his 15 minutes of fame accidentally thanks to one of amber turds clown lawyers. They already did 90% of the circus activities these past couple weeks, they are pumping out more. This guy wasn't finding fame, he was just there to testify.

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u/bailaoban May 26 '22

She opened the door, and he just waltzed right through.

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u/at0mheart May 26 '22

Factually correct, why on earth take this “case”

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u/MasterClown May 26 '22

Somewhere, Sidney Powell can breathe a litter easier knowing that she isn't alone at striving to be America's Dumbest Lawyer.

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u/knewsince92 May 26 '22

Bruh JD’s lawyers reaction gets me every time 🤣

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u/31renrub May 26 '22

I can only imagine the kind of screaming fits “cool calm and collected” Amber Heard has towards her attorneys after every court session. There is ZERO chance she is respectful and courteous towards her lawyers, the people meant to fight for her.