Hunter Biden Trial Moves to Closing Arguments – IOTW Report

Hunter Biden Trial Moves to Closing Arguments


The judge in Hunter Biden’s federal gun trial has instructed jurors that if they’re convinced the government “proved each and every element of the offense charged beyond a reasonable doubt,” then they should return a guilty verdict. But the judge said that if jurors have reasonable doubt about one or more elements of the offense, they must return a verdict of not guilty.

Closing arguments in the case are expected after a lunch break.

President Joe Biden’s son has been charged with three felonies: lying to a federally licensed gun dealer, making a false claim on the application by saying he was not a drug user and illegally having the gun for 11 days. More

11 Comments on Hunter Biden Trial Moves to Closing Arguments

  1. Did the judge also remind the jury that they know where each and everyone of them lives, their families background and have all their tax returns from the last ten years for scrutiny?

    Asking for a friend…

  2. It’ll be a hung jury and the judge will declare a mistrial then the prosecution will declare they aren’t going to pursue further legal action because they aren’t confident they can deliver a guilty verdict.

    By how many jurors it will hang is anybody’s guess, but it won’t be a guilty verdict.

  3. Delaware, Jury of Hunter’s peers.
    Sons and daughters of wealthy democrat parents, present or former drug addicts, thrown out of the Navy, whoremongers and deniers.
    No conviction, it only takes one juror to hold out as not guilty on “ONE” of the charges.

    Totally different than “Judge Merchan’s instructions to the Trump jury”; “that Trump’s jury doesn’t need to “unanimously agree on which crime was committed as long as they all at least pick one.”

  4. ^^^^^
    This same judge presided over a very similar case last year. He sentenced the guy to one year in and ten years probation. Let’s see what he does to Hunter providing the jury comes back with a legit finding.

  5. ^^^^
    I thought there were two guns also. I believe the one he purchased as a Smith and Wesson type mid sized framed pistol. And the one your talking about looked to be a compact Beretta.


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