This was talked about a bit in a tmz thread. She apparently had her license suspended in some special deal for fiver years or so. But what was that first offense? Somewhere in the comments on this site someone mentioned a car accident she was in and a girl was killed, in addition to Amber being injured. Was she driving? I wish I could find that comment again!
I was reading that thread as it was being posted. We do not know what caused the license to be suspended for so long. Misdemeanor DUI does not carry that long of a sentence was noted.
She was underage at the time so cannot go back that far.
To have your license suspended until after your 21st birthday means a serious offense, like vehicular manslaughter. If you look up penalties for DUI offenses, usually the license is revoked for a couple of months, when you are a minor it might be for longer. The only way your license gets yanked for that period of time is because you are a repeat offender, or you killed someone. Look up the laws around the country, they vary slightly from state to state, but not considerably when it comes to license revoking and manslaughter.
I don’t think it’s very been confirmed but according to waljo, her friend died in a car wreck when she was 16. She has never said she was driving, but speculation tends to run high when every other word out of her mouth is a lie. There are pictures where you can see she has a dental bridge, or partial. If she sustained facial trauma in a car wreck then that could be the reason for the dental work, she may have been DUI and underage, hence a 5 year suspended license. Or she may have just had bad teeth, but judging that the dental work is in the front of her mouth, I would tend to go with trauma.
Because she got into legal troubles as a minor, those records are legally sealed. They go away when you turn 18, because the law tends to give a second chance between adolescence and adulthood, unless you screw up as an adult and then the records can be opened by police with a court order, and unsealed.
How can you tell if someone has a dental bridge?
always I noticed in her mouth. something wrong, she speaks with difficulty, it seems nasal problem, watch
My opinion theres more to the supposed friend then meets the eye domething not good
On her record it says “DSP dismissed”. The only thing I found was “Driver Safety Program”.
This person is an English lawyer who’s been posting a lot on TMZ. This comment is on People. He inferred the following from looking at her records:
Greef Revolution 5 Guest • 10 hours ago
And Heard has a criminal conviction for a felony (likely vehicular manslaughter), a conviction for falsifying documents, an arrest and charge for domestic violence, and is a self admitted forger, fraud, and criminal.
She’s also a drug addict, has set Depp up in a complex scam with her grifter buddies, and has threatened to blackmail him, cheated on him, and lied to everyone from the police, judges, Depp, and likely her lawyers too.
She’s a bona fide psychopath.
I love Greef’s posts. Insightful…like the ones here.
Thats a given minnie agree
I’m greef. Someone showed me a note of record concerning an arrest Heard had concerning driving while disqualified.
My view, based on what I could ascertain from that recording is as follows.
Heard was stopped and charged at some point in 2004 with driving while disqualified. I am entirely unfamiliar with coding practise on Texas state public records but my educated guess from that information is that the stop was made in California.
It was then moved to Texas – likely to do with residency issues but also most likely to do with a previous conviction.
In 2007, a judge in Texas turned over the charge and withdrew the warrant – which means the entire case was removed. The fact that the record shows ‘convicted on another matter’ is highly significant in that it indicates this other matter was a factor in the charge.
Heard therefore may very well have had her license reinstated in the period between 2004 and when the case turned over in 2007. There is no information to be able to determine this is any way.
The most compelling item in this recording I have seen however is at the bottom of the page I was shown. This gives information as follows:
At some point prior to her 2004 stop, Heard was convicted (CONV) with a charge and indictment (C & I).
Simply put, that proves that at some point Heard was indicted and put on trial and found guilty. She may have pled but what is certainly true is that indictments are usually tier A charges and a significant amount of evidence was in place to be able to put her on serious charges before a court. The word ‘indictment’ means this was not a summary or minor offence.
I have also seen this word ‘sealed’ bandied about quite a lot. To clarify: sealed records are absolutely invisible. The only record of them, in any form, that would exist is with the procedural court concerned. The only way they could be accessed would be by sign off from a superior court judge and only then, likely, after a hearing.
If this scant information concerning a conviction is that easily available, it is not sealed.
I left a clue on this on TMZ but no one appears to have picked it up. Any minor can request sealment. If, however, they are charged with class 1 felonies such as murder, vehicular manslaughter, and about 6 others not concerning vehicles, the details of the case can go on file but the record can never be sealed.
It should furthermore be noted that should a conviction be held on this basis and the holder faced another felony charge – for instance battery, a second charge domestic violence, or perjury – this record can be sought and opened in its entirety in any pending trial.
Reason and evidence suggests therefore that Heard has a felony conviction for likely vehicular manslaughter and is doing everything in her power to avoid going up again on another or other felony charges.
So in other words… Amber is avoiding her testimony because she’s afraid of committing a felony and in doing so this allows us to see ALL the details of her conviction as a minor …am I understanding this correctly?
Could be yes, if it’s something they feel would NEED to be opened. If it was traffic offenses then no need to do that. Read update on newest blog post
Thanks greef i kniw something serious is being hid hopefully it comes to light
Hey, Greef… thanks for the clarification.
Hi Andy you posted them 🙂 seabear xox
In one of Amber’s older interviews, she said that a pivotal moment in her life occurred when her bestfriend died in a car crash. It happened when she was about 16.
Could she have been the one driving the car that killed her friend?
It would explain why her license was suspended.
Maybe. I first stated that as a possibility 3 years ago
Wow! I’m shocked at how a person like that can manipulate half of Hollywood….and STILL IS. lol Either they don’t care that she dupes them (and probably laughs with her friends about it) or they know but because she was with Depp, they turn the other way. Idk, that’s pretty messed up though.
“She was with Depp.” Past tense… let’s just see how she fares going forward.
If she does indeed have a felony conviction for vehicular manslaughter/homicide, I’m wondering how they knew it wasn’t an unintentional accident, which would most likely have been charged as a misdemeanor? Did they do tests to see if she was drunk and/or high? If she had been drinking and/or on drugs, she would be convicted of a felony, according to these descriptions from wiki and law.com, etc.
>>Vehicular homicide is a crime that involves the death of a person other than the driver as a result of either criminally negligent or murderous operation of a motor vehicle. In cases of criminal negligence, the defendant is commonly charged with unintentional vehicular manslaughter.<>Is vehicular manslaughter a felony?
vehicular manslaughter — n. the crime of causing the death of a human being due to illegal driving of an automobile, including gross negligence, drunk driving, reckless driving or speeding. Vehicular manslaughter can be charged as a misdemeanor (minor crime with a maximum punishment of a year in county jail or only a fine) or a felony (punishable by a term in state prison) depending on the circumstances. Gross negligence or driving a few miles over the speed limit might be charged as a misdemeanor, but drunk driving resulting in a fatality is most likely treated as a felony. Death of a passenger, including a loved one or friend, can be vehicular manslaughter if due to illegal driving.
Vehicular manslaughter – Legal Dictionary | Law.com
dictionary.law.com/Default.aspx?selected=2212 <>How long is the sentence for vehicular homicide?
Second Degree Murder: 10-22 years. Negligent homicide: Class B felony-Not less than 5 years or more than 20 years and not more than $15,000. AR ST § 5-4-40l(a)(3); AR ST § 5-4-201(a)(1). Gross Vehicular Manslaughter While Intoxicated: Imprisonment in the state prison for 4, 6, or 10 years and not more than $10,000.
Penalties for Drunk Driving Vehicular Homicide – MADD
I'm also wondering — if the friend did actually die due to AH's negligence or drunkenness, etc., does she feel any lasting guilt or remorse, or is she totally shallow and heartless enough to plan and scheme with her slimy little circle of fellow-grifter buddies to find a famous, wealthy celeb to scam? And to think she's walking around amongst us… *shudder*
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