Judge denies Hunter’s request to postpone gun trial

by | May 14, 2024

A judge announced on Tuesday that Hunter Biden's federal gun case will proceed to trial next month. This decision comes after lawyers for Hunter sought to postpone the prosecution but were denied.

Judge Maryellen Noreika denied Hunter Biden's request to postpone the trial until September. The defense argued that the delay was necessary to allow time to secure witnesses and review evidence provided by prosecutors.

 

Source: New York Post

 

 

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