The Latest: Hunter Biden’s gun trial has gone to the jury for deliberation

WILMINGTON, Del. — The Latest on Hunter Biden’s federal gun trial (all times local):

Jurors in Hunter Biden’s gun trial began deliberating Monday to decide whether the president’s son is guilty of federal firearms charges over a revolver he bought when prosecutors say he was addicted to crack cocaine.

Hunter Biden is facing three felony charges stemming from the purchase of the gun in 2018. Prosecutors say he lied on a federal form by saying he was not illegally using or addicted to drugs.

The case has put a spotlight on a turbulent time in Hunter Biden’s life after his brother, Beau, died of brain cancer in 2015.

Currently:

— ‘No one is above the law,’ prosecutor says as he urges jurors to convict Hunter Biden on gun charges

— Hunter Biden’s family weathers a public and expansive airing in federal court of his drug addiction

Here’s the latest:

Prosecutor Derek Hines began his rebuttal statement by saying that several things defense attorney Abbe Lowell said in his closing arguments were “completely unfair.”

That includes suggesting that the jury has Hunter Biden’s life in its hands.

Hines said that if Hunter Biden had simply been an addict struggling with personal problems “we would not be here in this courtroom.” Hunter

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