Biden Lawyers SCRAMBLE – Shocking Move

Hunter Biden’s Legal Circus Continues: From a Motion for a New Trial to Dropped Lawsuits

On June 17, Hunter Biden’s attorneys made headlines yet again by filing a motion for a new trial, claiming Judge Maryellen Noreika lacked jurisdiction over his gun trial due to pending rulings by the Third Circuit Court of Appeals. But in true Hunter Biden fashion, the request was withdrawn almost immediately, adding another layer of absurdity to his ongoing legal saga.

Just when you thought the Hunter Biden drama couldn’t get any more convoluted, here we are. Hunter, 54, was convicted on June 11 on all three charges related to his 2018 purchase of a Colt revolver while he was addicted to cocaine. Apparently, the defense thought they could get a do-over by claiming jurisdictional issues, only to backtrack faster than a politician caught in a lie.

On May 9, Noreika, an appointee of former President Donald Trump, dismissed several motions from Hunter’s defense to drop the charges against him, including the laughable claim that the case violated his Second Amendment rights. Yes, because clearly, the Founding Fathers intended for drug addicts to pack heat. On May 28, a three-judge panel upheld Noreika’s decision, rejecting Hunter’s attempt to dismiss the charges before a jury verdict. The appeals court has yet to rule on a request from Hunter’s attorneys for reconsideration by the full Third Circuit Court.

According to the initial filing in Delaware federal court made on June 17 by Hunter’s lawyer, Abbe Lowell, the Third Circuit “has not yet issued its mandate as to the orders dismissing either appeal,” rendering the court “without jurisdiction” to proceed to trial. But in a twist that would make any legal drama proud, the motion for a new trial was deleted moments later with a note in the court docket stating it was “deleted at the request of counsel,” described as a “correcting entry.”

Hunter Biden could face up to 25 years in prison, although a sentencing date has not been set by Noreika. Maybe he’ll get a reality show deal to document his time behind bars. Stranger things have happened.

In another chapter of Hunter’s legal woes, his lawsuit against former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani and Giuliani’s former lawyer Robert Costello was dropped following his June 11 conviction. This lawsuit accused them of manipulating data found on Hunter Biden’s infamous laptop. On June 13, Lowell filed the stipulation for dismissal, requesting the lawsuit be dismissed “without prejudice,” which basically means they can refile it if they feel like stirring the pot again.

So, what’s next for Hunter Biden? More legal theatrics, undoubtedly. As his life continues to unravel in the public eye, one can only marvel at the sheer audacity and chaos that follows him. Stay tuned, folks. If there’s one thing we can count on, it’s that Hunter Biden’s legal escapades are far from over.