Court rejects Hunter Biden's request to drop federal gun charges

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The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit declined to overturn Hunter Biden's indictment on federal gun charges in a court document released Thursday.

The president's son is scheduled to go on trial next month in Delaware.

“The defendant in this criminal case has appealed three pretrial orders entered on April 12, 2024, denying his motions to dismiss the indictment,” the court document released Thursday states. “This appeal is DENIED because defendant has failed to demonstrate that the district court's orders are appealable prior to final judgment.”

Hunter Biden's lawyers filed a motion in federal court earlier this year, arguing that a diversion agreement previously agreed to by the Justice Department and Hunter Biden's legal team should remain in effect.


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