No decision was returned Friday in the Johnny Depp-Amber Heard maligning preliminary.

Shutting contentions wrapped before in the day following a month and a half of declaration.

The jury in the slander preliminary between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard has started thoughts.

Judge Penney Azcarate told hearers their decision should be consistent prior to sending them to think Friday evening.

"I realize that this preliminary has been a colossal penance for every one of you and detracted from your life for quite a long time here."

"I realize I represent us all related with the case and I need to thank you for your administration in this."

Right away prior to starting thoughts, attendants heard shutting contentions from both Heard and Depp's lawyers.

Ben Rottenborn, let members of the jury know that assuming Depp neglected to demonstrate he never manhandled Heard.

"What Ms. Heard vouched for in this court is the narrative of unreasonably numerous ladies," lawyer Camille Vasquez said.