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Meet the Judge Who Rejected Hunter Biden’s Corrupt ‘Plea Deal’ As the Case Moves Forward

Federal Judge Maryellen Noreika via United States District Court for the District of Delaware

Correction Notice: This article has been updated to clarify that rapper Kodak Black and Hunter Biden were charged with separate subsections of the same statute.


Judge Maryellen Noreika refused to accept Hunter Biden’s plea deal in federal court after discovering that the investigation is still ongoing.

Hunter Biden was slated to plead guilty as part of a special “plea deal” with federal prosecutors, which has been widely viewed as a corrupt and politically motivated move.

Judge Noreika specifically questioned the constitutionality of Hunter’s plea deal because of “the diversion clause and the immunity Hunter Biden would receive.”

In a twist of fate, the plea deal “fell apart” as Hunter appeared in court and federal prosecutors confirmed that Hunter is still under federal investigation. As a result, Hunter pleaded “not guilty.”

Hunter faces multiple federal crimes after a years-long investigation into his criminal activity overseas involving his father, President Joe Biden.

Hunter Biden was expected to plead guilty to two misdemeanor tax counts of willful failure to pay federal income tax.

However, the more serious gun felony charge carries a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison. This plea deal was intended to avoid any jail time in connection to the felony gun charge.

Hunter illegally possessed a firearm while addicted to crack cocaine. He tested positive for the drug and was discharged from the Navy in 2014. To purchase the weapon, Hunter lied on a federal gun purchase form.

Less privileged Americans are regularly “dragged through the mud” and face the full consequences of their criminal acts.

For example, the popular rapper Kodak Black, whose real name is Bill Kapri, committed a similar crime and sentenced to nearly four years in prison. Kodak Black also lied on a federal form to purchase a gun by using an incorrect Social Security number. Kodak Black was charged with a separate subsection of the same statute because Biden is a first-time offender


Judge Maryellen Noreika openly questioned the constitutionality of Hunter’s plea deal because “the diversion clause and the immunity Hunter Biden would receive.”

“Prosecutors on Wednesday, though, said Hunter Biden pleading guilty to the two misdemeanor tax offenses would not immunize him from future charges,” the report said.

“At one point, Noreika asked Justice Department prosecutor Leo Wise whether there is an ‘ongoing investigation here,'” the report added.

“There is,” Wise responded. Prosecutors refused to tell the judge why Hunter is still under investigation.

When asked if the government could potentially bring a charge related to the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA), Wise responded, “Yes.”

“At that point, the original plea deal broke down,” the report concluded.

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