Hunter Biden Could Face Trial for Federal Gun Charges Before 2024 Election – EVOL

Hunter Biden may stand trial in Delaware on federal gun charges as early as June, during his father’s reelection campaign.

U.S. District Judge Maryellen Noreika set the preliminary date during a brief teleconference session Wednesday, but she is still considering various defense arguments to dismiss the case against the president’s son, which may delay any future trial, the AP reported.

The trial is scheduled to begin June 3 and may last up to nine days. A separate trial on tax allegations against him in California is now scheduled to begin later this month.

Hunter Biden, President Joe Biden’s son, has pleaded not guilty to lying about his drug usage on a document to purchase a rifle in October 2018 and keeping it for roughly 11 days. He admitted to using crack cocaine during that time, but his lawyers claim he did not breach the law, and a nonviolent, first-time offender would not have been prosecuted.

He was indicted after a plea arrangement that would have ended the issue without the spectacle of a trial fell apart in July 2023 when a judge who was meant to accept it instead voiced a number of concerns.

Hunter Biden’s attorneys have subsequently



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