Joe DiGenova to Newsmax: Jury Will Acquit Hunter As ‘Act of Mercy’

Joe diGenova, a former U.S. attorney in Washington, D.C., told Newsmax on Monday that he expects a Delaware jury will acquit Hunter Biden on three federal gun crimes.

The jury began deliberations Monday in the trial involving President Joe Biden’s son, who has been accused of unlawfully purchasing a revolver while using illicit drugs, and lying on federal forms about his drug use when he bought the weapon. If convicted, Hunter Biden faces a maximum sentence of 25 years in prison and a $750,000 fine.

“The evidence is pretty clear that he violated the law. There isn’t any doubt about that,” diGenova told “American Agenda.” “So, the question is, is the jury going to nullify the evidence and do what we call jury nullification and acquit him as an act of mercy?

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