Hunter Biden found guilty on all three counts of the indictment

Hunter Biden
Hunter Biden, son of U.S. President Joe Biden, arrives for a closed deposition with members of the Republican-led House Oversight Committee conducting an impeachment inquiry into the president, at the O'Neill House Office Building in Washington, U.S., February 28, 2024. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

Hunter Biden left the courtroom holding hands with the First Lady and his wife, Melissa, after being convicted in his federal trial for gun-related crimes. They did not speak to reporters, entered the waiting SUVs, and left.

Hunter Biden patted his defense attorney, Abbe Lowell, on the left shoulder after the deputy judge read the guilty verdict in his federal gun case out loud.

He hugged both of his attorneys and said thank you after the jurors left the courtroom.

He smiled angrily at his relatives in the gallery, then hugged and kissed his wife before leaving the courtroom.

First Lady Jill Biden arrived in the courtroom a few minutes after the jury delivered the verdict and was not present when it was read aloud.


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