WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) — The criminal trial of President Joe Biden’s son is heading into its final stretch as the defense tries to chip away at the prosecution’s case laying bare some of the darkest moments of Hunter Biden’s drug-fueled past.

Hunter Biden’s lawyers could call at least one more witness when the case resumes Monday in Delaware’s federal court.

It’s the first of two trials Hunter Biden faces in the midst of his father’s reelection campaign.

Hunter Biden is charged with three felonies stemming from the 2018 purchase of a gun he had for about 11 days.

Prosecutors say he lied on a mandatory gun purchase form by saying he was not illegally using or addicted to drugs.