Document shows the 42 questions jurors need to answer when deciding who wins Depp v Heard

– The jury on Depp v Heard is currently debating the winner after hearing six weeks of testimony.

– Depp sued Heard for defamation in 2019, saying she damaged his career with a 2018 essay.

– The court released a 42-question form for the jurors, which was queried on Tuesday.

The jurors deciding Johnny Depp's lawsuit against Amber Heard are being guided

by a list of specific questions to help them establish the winner.

Depp sued Heard for defamation in 2019 after she published

an essay the previous year in which she said she was the victim of domestic abuse.

The piece did not name Depp, but his lawyers say Depp's livelihood was damaged by the essay

as it was clearly about him. In turn, Heard has countersued Depp's team, saying they defamed her and damaged her career.