by Ashley Oliver at Washington Examiner
Hunter Biden pleaded not guilty to illegal gun possession charges during an appearance in federal court on Tuesday, marking the beginning of a new legal battle for President Joe Biden’s son after his plea deal with the Department of Justice collapsed this summer.
The younger Biden, who is 53, was arraigned in the J. Caleb Boggs federal courthouse and released on a probationary status under the condition that he not use alcohol or drugs and “continue or actively seek” employment.
The judge noted Hunter Biden would be free to travel as he pleased while awaiting his trial as long as he communicated it to the district court and that he would be subject to alcohol and drug testing.
The judge also said the first son had passed an alcohol and drug test since his last court date in July…Continue Reading