Hunter Biden guilty: What’s next after president’s son convicted on federal gun charges

Hunter Biden guilty: What’s next after president’s son convicted on federal gun charges


Hunter Biden’s attorney revealed Tuesday that the first son would fight his conviction after a jury found him guilty of three felony charges related to a 2018 gun purchase.

Abbe Lowell, who led Hunter Biden’s defense in the case, said his team was “disappointed by today’s verdict” and would “continue to vigorously pursue all the legal challenges available.”

Can Hunter appeal his conviction?

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Hunter Biden is entitled to appeal his conviction, which he would do at the 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals.

His attorneys previously filed requests to dismiss the case on numerous grounds, including that the charges allegedly violated the Second Amendment, and Hunter Biden could now broach some of these arguments again on appeal.

Judge Maryellen Noreika, who presided over the case, rejected

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