G. McConway
August 16, 2023

Hunter Attorney Asked to be Removed from Case

Hunter Bidne’s longtime attorney, Chris Clark, is bailing on poor Hunter.

This week, Clark requested that he be permitted to withdraw from the case due to a possible conflict, reported CNN.

In his filing, he stated that since Hunter has other attorneys, this would not present any hardship for him.

Gotta Go

Clark was involved in that tasty little plea deal that Hunter almost landed from Biden’s DOJ, one of the prosecutors of which is now the special counsel investigating Hunter Biden.

Tasty little morsel… Liz Cheney’s husband works at the same firm as Clark.

So, why is Clark bailing on the case?

Well, this would appear to be a conflict regarding the investigation into that plea deal that Hunter thought he had all locked up, a deal that is now under investigation, and a deal the prosecution says was actually never even in place.

Clark may be a witness in that investigation, so the rules of conduct would prevent him from continuing to represent Hunter Biden.

He explained this in his filing, writing, “Pursuant to Delaware Rule of Professional Conduct 3.7(a), ‘a lawyer shall not act as advocate at a trial in which the lawyer is likely to be a necessary witness unless… disqualification of the lawyer would work substantial hardship on the client,’” reported Breitbart.

Since Judge Noreika blocked the plea deal, Hunter’s attorney has been making all kinds of maneuvers to try to get away from Noreika.

The latest move was to file for a new venue, hoping to move the trial outside of Delaware so that Noreika will no longer be presiding over the case.

This is really about having a Trump-appointed judge on the case, as his team is surely hoping that the change of venue would result in drawing a Democrat-appointed judge who may be a bit more receptive to helping Hutner Biden rather than holding him accountable.

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