All Three Charges Convicted: Joe Biden’s Son, Hunter Biden

Hunter Biden’s Illicit Gun Purchase: The Fallout for the President and Trump’s Legal Troubles

On Tuesday, Hunter Biden, the son of US President Joe Biden, was found guilty of lying about drug use to illegally buy guns. The verdict was handed down by a jury in the federal court in Wilmington, Delaware, where Hunter became the first child of the current president to be convicted of a crime.

The conviction comes at a time when Trump is facing his own legal troubles. Trump was impeached on charges of falsifying business records and obstruction of justice after his May 30 conviction for tax evasion and sexual assault. Trump has accused Democrats of orchestrating the case against him to prevent him from running for president again.

Congressional Democrats have used the Hunter Biden case as evidence that Joe Biden is not using the justice system for political or personal gain. Last week, Democratic leaders announced that they would not pardon their son if he were convicted. The trial in Delaware included testimony from Hunter’s ex-wife, ex-girlfriend, and sister-in-law who gave firsthand accounts of his growing addiction in the weeks before and after he bought a gun in October 2018. Prosecutors also showed text messages, photos, and bank records they said showed Biden was addicted to drugs when he bought the gun and knowingly broke the law by lying on the form.

Hunter Biden has pleaded not guilty to six misdemeanor tax violations in California where he failed to pay $1.4 million in taxes between 2016 and 2019 while spending millions on drugs, exotic cars, and other expensive things. The hearing for this case is scheduled for September 5th in Los Angeles. The sentencing guidelines for gun-related charges against Biden are 15 to 21 months but legal experts say defendants in similar cases often receive shorter sentences and are less likely to be incarcerated if they comply with pretrial release conditions

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