Law’s Michael Benza talks about potential new charges for Hunter Biden

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Washington ExaminerMichael Benza, professor of practice at the School of Law, said he expects potential new charges for Hunter Biden related to two misdemeanor tax violations dating back to 2017 and 2018. The first son initially planned to plead guilty to these violations in exchange for a pretrial diversion agreement on a felony gun charge before the plea deal broke apart. “This could be related as a side challenge to the availability of them to bring those charges based on [purported] misconduct by the IRS in the investigation, things like that,” Benza said.