GUILTY: Hunter Biden faces potential jail time for felony convictions

2JG55A0 Washington, US, July 7, 2022. Hunter Biden, son of U.S. President Joe Biden, leaves after the award ceremony of the Presidential Medals of Freedom to seventeen recipients in the East Room at the White House in Washington on July 7, 2022. Photo by Yuri Gripas/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Hunter Biden, the son of Joe Biden, has been convicted of three felony gun charges in the high-profile federal firearms case after a rapid trial in Wilmington, Delaware, multiple sources have confirmed.

Per RSBN, Hunter Biden was facing charges related to the 2018 purchase of a firearm whilst amid his struggles with alleged drug addiction. The weapon in question was a .38 Cobra Colt revolver.

After months of back and forth between the courts and the Department of Justice, Hunter was indicted on three felony firearm charges in September 2023. The question that pervaded the trial was whether he had illegally bought the revolver while under the influence of crack cocaine, which is illegal under federal law.

CBS News revealed that the Delaware jury found Hunter guilty of three felony charges of possessing a firearm while addicted to drugs. Remarkably, the gun was allegedly thrown into the trashcan by his brother’s widow, Hallie Biden, and then stolen by a homeless man. These gun charges have been years in the making.

Per the outlet, the charges center on paperwork, based on false allegations that he allegedly made when he filled out the application to purchase the gun, in which he said he did not use drugs.

Trump spokeswoman Steven Cheung recently remarked that, amidst Hunter’s legal issues and addiction battles, “we wish him well in his recovery and legal affairs.” The statement was gracious, considering the level of intense lawfare that President Trump has faced in 2024.

According to CBS, the three felony convictions for Hunter carry a maximum sentence of 25 years in prison and hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines. Historically, the trial also represents the first time that the son of a sitting U.S. president has been criminally charged and convicted.

Unfortunately for Hunter, his recent conviction in the felony gun case is one of two major legal woes at the moment. He is also facing multiple tax charges in California. He allegedly avoided paying $1.4 million in taxes, and has come under fire for copious amounts of money that were allegedly spent on prostitutes, sex clubs, porn and more. He could even face up to 17 years in prison in that case upon conviction.

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