G. McConway
July 28, 2023

Hunter Biden Plea Deal Collapses

It is always the luck of the draw when you enter a courtroom, and Hunter Biden had no luck here.

Hunter and his attorneys had worked out a very beneficial plea deal for Hunter with Joe Biden's Department of Justice.

As it turns out, it was a little too good because Trump-appointed Judge Maryellen Noreika took the deal and tossed it into the shredder, reported CBS News.

Sorry, Hunter, It's a No

Hunter was expected to plead guilty and get a deal that would give him immunity on all charges moving forward, and Judge Noreika could smell something awful cooking.

There is still an active investigation into Hunter, most notably the not registering as a foreign agent, and Noreika was not about to provide blanket immunity when Trump associates have been sent to jail for this.

Hunter's attorneys were livid after the hearing was over, immediately pointing to the fact the judge was appointed by Trump, suggesting that her ruling was politically motivated. Mind you, numerous legal experts have already chimed in.

The general consensus was that a deal like this would never be for anyone other than a president's son, so if they want to talk political, let's talk about how the DOJ of a sitting president was ready to give Hunter Biden, for all intents and purposes, a complete walk.

One of the attorneys compared Judge Noreika to Judge Lance Ito from the O.J. Simpson trial.

Hunter is now calling in the big guns, with attorney Abbe Lowell getting in the mix.

She had been handling Hunter's congressional inquiries, but she stated, "I'm involved in the fray now. I was hoping not to be," reported the Washington Examiner.

The attorneys are expected to be able to hammer out a new rather quickly, so Hunter pleaded not guilty so they can negotiate the new deal, which will exclude future charges.

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