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After 3 hours, the jury finds Hunter Biden guilty on all counts, concluding a trial that was steeped in addiction discussion

WILMINGTON, Del. — Hunter Biden was found guilty on all charges Tuesday related to his purchase of a Colt Cobra handgun in 2018 when he lied on a federal form about his drug use, convicting a president’s son on felony charges for the first time.

Biden was found guilty on three felony counts related to his gun purchase and possession, which prosecutors said occurred during a time when he was a crack cocaine user. The defense said the prosecutors's case was filled with insinuations and conjecture.

The government said the case was about the rule of law and Hunter Biden’s choice to purchase a firearm while using crack cocaine.

In a statement to reporters, special counsel David Weiss said the case “was about the illegal choices the defendant made while in the throes of addiction, his choice to lie on a government form when he bought a gun and the choice to then possess that gun.”

“It was these choices and the combination of guns and drugs that made his conduct dangerous,” Weiss said. The special counsel was not in court for the verdict.

It took roughly three hours of deliberation for 12 Delawareans to come to a unanimous decision on the charges. Biden had left the courthouse on Tuesday morning, quickly returning after a verdict had been handed up.

Here’s what you missed on Day 7 of Hunter Biden’s trial:

Biden found guilty

Biden entered the courtroom and took his seat at the defense table next to his lawyer. Behind him sat Biden’s wife, Melissa Cohen-Biden, his close friend Kevin Morris, and friends and other family members who have been at his side in court since the trial began more than a week ago.

The defendant watched the jurors closely as they filled their seats. One stole a quick glance at the defense table before

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