Depp v. Heard: How to Watch Clips of Witness Testimony

The Johnny Depp and Amber Heard trial has been running for three weeks now, offering up dozens of sensational moments.

Since it began on April 11 at the Circuit Court of Fairfax County, Virginia, dozens of witnesses have been called to the stand (see the full list here). Depp, 58, is suing his ex-wife for $50 million over an op-ed she wrote in 2018 about domestic violence, alleging it damaged his career. Meanwhile Heard, 36, is countersuing for $100 million for nuisance.

There have been a number of notable moments, which have already gone viral online — they include testimony from both Depp and Heard, but also from a number of witnesses.

How to Watch Clips From the Trial

Newsweek has covered the battle extensively and you can find many video clips in articles relating to the trial, but there's a YouTube channel that's offering almost wall to wall coverage of the case.

The YouTube channel for the Law&Crime Network is livestreaming each day's events within the Virginia courtroom. It's also providing clips of some of the major moments.

These range from 30 seconds to over an hour, and the channel is receiving millions of views of its coverage.

Some of the clips with the most views include the audio of Heard admitting to hitting Depp, the testimony of Alejandro Romero where he starts vaping, and Depp's explanation as to why he's suing Heard.

Other popular clips include the moment where Heard's lawyer objects to his own question, Depp explaining when he found fecal matter on his bed, and a video of Depp angrily slamming cabinets in his house.

Aside from these moments, the full livestream of court proceedings has been available to watch on Law&Crime Network (among other places). The recordings are available to catch up with on YouTube and they range from seven to nine hours in length.

Where Can I Watch the Trial Live?

While news television channels may offer extensive coverage, Law&Crime Network's extensive coverage is uninterrupted. Millions of people have tuned in on every day of the trial to see what happens next.

The trial runs from Mondays to Thursdays and the court has now been adjourned for the week. There will be a pause from Monday, May 9, to Thursday, May 12, as Judge Penney S. Azcarate attends to a previously scheduled conference engagement.

The trial will resume, and with it the livestream of events, at 9 a.m. ET on Monday, May 16.

Travis McGivern
The Fairfax County Circuit Court watches on as Travis McGivern, security for Johnny Depp, testifies remotely on May 2, 2022. Steve Helber/AFP via Getty Images