Judge Unseals Search Warrants for Hunter Biden’s Laptop in Criminal Case, Defense Moves to Force Government to Provide Evidence

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The Delaware judge presiding over the criminal case involving Hunter Biden, the son of President Joe Biden, has decided to unseal information regarding warrants used by the Department of Justice to access Hunter Biden’s data. This decision came in response to a request from an independent journalist.

Hunter Biden’s attorneys have also moved to compel the Government to turn over evidence.

Hunter Biden Arraigned and Enters Plea of Not Guilty to Federal Firearms Charges

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Hunter Biden, the son of President Biden, entered a plea of not guilty in the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware on federal gun charges. These charges stem from Special Counsel David Weiss’ lengthy investigation. Hunter Biden was physically present in court for his arraignment.

The charges against Hunter Biden include making a false statement during the purchase of a firearm, making a false statement related to information required by a federal firearms licensed dealer, and possession of a firearm by someone considered an unlawful user of or addicted to a controlled substance. Collectively, these charges could lead to a maximum prison sentence of up to 25 years, with each count carrying a maximum fine of $250,000, as well as three years of supervised release.

Fifth Circuit Criminal Caselaw Roundup with Jack Palmeri – September 29, 2023

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Jack Palmeri, Esq. Jack Palmeri, a former New York City prosecutor with 19 years of experience in criminal law, is a Senior Associate for Weinstein Legal’s criminal division, practicing across Florida and its Federal Courts. You can reach him directly at 888-408-0253 or at www.Weinstein-Legal.com. In today’s Fifth Circuit Criminal Caselaw Roundup we’ll be discussing […]

How the Supreme Court Could Help Hunter Biden Beat His Gun Charge

How the Supreme Court Could Help Hunter Biden Beat His Gun Charge

How the Supreme Court Could Help Hunter Biden Beat His Gun Charge

Shortly after President Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden was indicted on three federal charges related to firearms, his lawyers made it clear that they want to use Justice Clarence Thomas’ recent Supreme Court decision in New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. Bruen to challenge the indictment.


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