Amber Heard faces 3 years in prison on charges of Johnny Depp
Amber Heard faces 3 years in prison for falsifying evidence
Amber Heard faces up to 3 years in prison if it is shown that she has lied in her accusations against ex-husband Johnny Depp. Amber Heard is risking a lot: in the libel suit brought by ex-husband Johnny Depp after being described as a violent man responsible for domestic abuse, Aquaman’s actress faces up to three years in prison if it is proven that she lied all this time, in fact, if the legal battle between Amber Heard and Johnny Depp turns out to be in favor of the latter, the actress should face the charge of falsifying the evidence, created and manipulated specifically for Depp to be found guilty of a crime he did not commit. According to the California Criminal Code, sections 141, 132 and 134, it is considered illegal: “to create, manipulate, hide and falsify evidence aimed at incriminating someone of a crime”. The most important aspect to underline is that, according to this law , it is not important that someone physically created false evidence or modified real evidence: what matters is the use that is made of these tests. Therefore, for Amber Heard to be charged with the crime, it is not necessary that she was the natural person to falsify evidence. What matters is that she, in fact, used false and / or manipulated evidence to accuse Johnny Depp of crimes that the Pirates of the Caribbean actor would not have committed. The penalty for this crime is prison, for a maximum period of three years.