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Federal Judge Refuses to Dismiss Hunter Biden’s Gun Charges: Could Face Trial in June

On Friday, a federal judge in Delaware made a significant ruling in the case against Hunter Biden, the son of President Joe Biden. The judge, Maryellen Noreika, refused to dismiss the federal gun case against Hunter Biden, rejecting his claims of being prosecuted for political purposes. This decision has increased the likelihood that Hunter Biden could face trial in the case as early as June, right in the midst of his father’s reelection campaign.

The case against Hunter Biden stems from an incident in October 2018 when he allegedly lied about his drug use on a form to purchase a gun, which he kept for about 11 days. Despite arguments from his lawyers that the case was politically motivated and challenges to the appointment of Delaware U.S. Attorney David Weiss as special counsel, Judge Noreika denied several defense requests to dismiss the charges.

Hunter Biden’s legal team had also asserted that an immunity provision from an original plea deal, which fell apart last August, should still apply. However, the judge did not agree with this argument and has yet to rule on the constitutionality of the gun charges.

Last year, Hunter Biden was indicted on federal gun charges in a Delaware court. The charges include making false statements in the purchase of a firearm, making false statements related to information required by a federal firearms dealer, and possession of a firearm while being an unlawful user of or addicted to a controlled substance.

The case against Hunter Biden gained attention after prosecutors revealed that the gun pouch used by Hunter Biden tested positive for cocaine residue. The analysis, conducted by an FBI chemist, confirmed that the substance found was indeed cocaine. This discovery was part of a broader court filing intended to strengthen the case against Hunter Biden.

Despite facing serious charges that could potentially lead to prison time, Hunter Biden pleaded not guilty to the three firearms charges at his arraignment. Two of the counts carry a maximum prison sentence of 10 years, while the third count has a maximum of five years.

The legal troubles of Hunter Biden have been ongoing since the initial revelation in 2020 that his then-lover and deceased brother’s widow, Hallie Biden, had thrown the gun in the trash. In an online conversation with his family, Hunter admitted to inappropriate behavior, including walking around naked and watching porn while using drugs. He even filmed himself naked with a gun and stored the video on his laptop.

The case against Hunter Biden continues to unfold, with the recent ruling by Judge Noreika setting the stage for a potential trial in June. The outcome of this trial could have far-reaching implications for the Biden family, especially as President Joe Biden gears up for his reelection campaign. We will continue to monitor this case and provide updates as it progresses. Stay tuned for more information on this developing story.