President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, will reportedly plead not guilty to federal gun charges, his lawyers said in a new court filing this week.
Hunter Biden’s legal team requested in the Tuesday letter to the Court that he be allowed to make his initial appearance in court via a video call.
“We write on behalf of our client, Robert Hunter Biden, in response to the Court’s Order issued on September 18, 2023, related to Mr. Biden’s initial appearance,” Biden attorney Abbe Lowell wrote in a letter to U.S. Magistrate Judge from the District of Delaware Christopher Burke. “We respectfully request that the Court hold Mr. Biden’s initial appearance in this matter by video conference.”
“Mr. Biden also will enter a plea of not guilty, and there is