Hunter Biden’s lawyers enraged as deal falls apart.

Lawyers for Hunter Biden Express ⁢Frustration After Court Hearing

Lawyers representing President Joe Biden’s son, ⁤Hunter⁢ Biden, were left⁢ fuming following​ a dramatic court hearing that left the first son in a state of legal uncertainty.

According to Axios, Hunter Biden’s attorneys were highly agitated by ⁤the thorough questioning from Judge Maryellen Noreika, who sought clarification on the terms ​of the plea deal. This​ interrogation exposed differing interpretations of the agreement between ⁢the defense and prosecution.

Unexpected Turn of‍ Events

Hunter Biden appeared at a ⁤U.S. District Court in‍ Wilmington, Delaware, on Wednesday morning, intending to plead guilty to tax misdemeanor charges as part of a prearranged plea deal. Additionally, he was expected to‍ enter a diversion agreement for a felony gun charge.

However, during the hearing, the deal seemed to ⁤unravel as​ Hunter Biden pleaded not guilty to​ the charges. ​A major point of ​contention for Judge Noreika was a provision​ that would​ prevent the Department of Justice ⁢from enforcing the ⁣Foreign Agents Registration Act against Hunter Biden, even‌ if he were found to‌ be in violation. The DOJ asserted its⁢ right to charge him under the act if necessary.

After deliberation and further questioning from Judge Noreika, a final ruling on the agreement was postponed until ⁤both sides provide additional ⁢briefings. The next hearing is expected to ⁢take place within 4-6 weeks.

Comparisons to the O.J. ⁤Simpson Trial

One member of Hunter Biden’s legal team even‍ likened Judge ‍Noreika to Judge ⁤Lance Ito from the infamous O.J. Simpson murder trial in 1995.

Furthermore, the ​team highlighted that Judge⁤ Noreika was appointed⁤ by former⁢ President‌ Donald Trump, suggesting that‍ this political dynamic may⁢ need ⁢to be taken into consideration going forward.

Attorney Abbe Lowell, who is handling Hunter Biden’s congressional inquiries, was overheard expressing ​his ‍frustration after⁣ contentious⁤ discussions with federal prosecutors, ⁢stating, “I’m involved in the⁢ fray now.‌ I was ​hoping not to be.”

Click here to read more from ⁢The Washington Examiner.

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