Gun Trial Update: Hunter Biden to Make Decision on Testifying Monday as Prosecution Rests Case – Exclusive Details Inside!

Wilmington, Delaware – Hunter Biden’s legal team has set a deadline for Monday to decide whether he will testify in his own defense as his gun trial enters its second week. The decision comes after emotional testimony from his eldest daughter, Naomi Biden, about his drug use during the trial.

The defense has called only three witnesses so far, including Naomi Biden, and they are considering calling President Biden’s brother, James “Jimmy” Biden, as a possible witness. Prosecutors have indicated that they may call an additional witness if Hunter Biden decides to testify.

Hunter Biden faces three felonies related to the purchase of a revolver in October 2018. The charges stem from allegations that he made false statements on a federal gun form about his drug use, despite prosecutors claiming he was addicted to crack cocaine at the time.

The prosecution rested its case after testimony from Hunter Biden’s ex-wife, ex-girlfriend, and Hallie Biden, the widow of his late brother, Beau Biden. Hallie Biden, a key witness for the prosecution, testified about finding and discarding the gun, expressing concern for her family’s safety.

At the core of the prosecution’s argument is whether Hunter Biden knowingly lied about his drug use. The defense has raised questions about his state of mind at the time and whether he understood the implications of omitting information from the disclosure form.

While Hunter Biden’s struggles with addiction are well-documented, his attorney argues that he may have been in denial about his drug use at the time of the gun purchase. The trial has shed light on Hunter Biden’s past, including the impact of his addiction on his family.

Hunter Biden’s family members, including First Lady Jill Biden and daughter Ashley Biden, have been present in court during the trial. The proceedings have provided a glimpse into the personal struggles and dynamics within the Biden family.