The court denied Hunter Biden’s motion to postpone the case

The federal court has scheduled for June the consideration of the case of Hunter Biden about providing false information when buying weapons.

This was announced by the judge, rejecting the request of the lawyers of the son of the U.S. President to postpone the proceedings.

District Judge Maryellen Noreika rejected the request of Hunter Biden to postpone the trial until September. The defense said it was necessary to find witnesses and examine evidence presented by the prosecution.

The president’s son Joe Biden is accused of lying in October 2018 when he answered a question about drug use when filling out a questionnaire to purchase a gun he had been holding for about 11 days.

Hunter Biden, who has pleaded not guilty, admitted that he was struggling with crack cocaine addiction at that time in 2018. His attorneys said he did not break the law.

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