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Will Hunter Biden go to jail?

Hunter Biden has been found guilty of lying on a federal gun form, lying to a gun dealer and possessing a firearm while using illegal drugs.

On Tuesday, a jury of 12 Delaware residents found Biden guilty on all three charges after approximately three hours of deliberations.

Federal prosecutors who brought the charges against Biden last year made their case by calling 10 witnesses to the stand and introducing damning pieces of evidence, as they accused Biden of lying about his drug use on a federal gun form in October 2018 while purchasing a firearm.

“Nobody is above the law,” lead prosecutor Derek Hines said, during opening arguments. “Nobody is allowed to lie, not even Hunter Biden.”

The defense disputed the government’s claim and said the president’s son was not actively using drugs when he purchased the gun and did not “knowingly” make false statements. Biden had pleaded not guilty.

However, the panel of jurors ultimately voted unanimously to convict Biden on all three charges: two counts of making false statements while purchasing a firearm, and one count of unlawfully possessing a gun while addicted to, or using, illegal drugs.

The charges carry a maximum sentence of 25 years and fines of up to $750,000. However, there is no minimum sentence.

It is unlikely that Biden will receive a lengthy jail sentence, given that he is a first-time, nonviolent offender and cases similar to Biden’s have resulted in little jail time.

Instead, Judge Maryellen Noreika could choose to impose other penalties like fines or probation.

Prosecutors presented a strong case to jurors, painting Biden as a grief-stricken man who made some bad choices that resulted in a careless mistake. They specified that while addiction is not a crime,

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