Hunter Biden, the first son of controversy, and the presiding judge supervising the federal government’s case against him, has agreed to the dismissal of a substantial charge to facilitate the implementation of a settlement recently reached between the parties.
U.S. District Judge Maryellen Noreika authorized the president’s son to be exempt from legal repercussions regarding a firearm charge on Wednesday.
This accusation pertained to the fabrications he propagated in 2018 concerning his substance abuse.
On the contrary, Hunter is anticipated to face an indictment on three counts, specifically related to the illegal possession of firearms and the provision of fraudulent information on official application materials.
At this time, the allegations concerning the submission of false tax returns remain unresolved.
Hunter’s memoir detailed his individual struggle against a profound dependence on crack cocaine throughout that specific time period.
The individual obtained a revolver, which he maintained for a period of eleven days prior to its eventual disposal.
The legal proceedings concerning the son of President Joe Biden experienced a notable advancement throughout the summer, when a judge scrutinized a plea agreement in great detail.
The judge expressed skepticism regarding the justification for allowing Hunter Biden to plead guilty to false statements regarding his income in return for an opportunity to avoid gun-related charges.
Throughout the legal proceedings, the prosecution maintained that accusations pertaining to firearms were still being evaluated, a stance that Hunter’s legal representative contested.
Hunter’s consistent denial of pleading guilty to the remaining charges presents a possible hazard of protracted litigation, potentially aligning with the ongoing difficulties encountered by President Joe Biden’s campaign, which continues to garner substantial media scrutiny.
Joe Biden, who is presently confronted with difficulties in public opinion surveys within his own political party and among the general public, will presumably be the subject of inquiries regarding his involvement in the business endeavors of his son Hunter.
A noteworthy individual with ties to the Biden family testified during the summer that they had observed Biden attending a considerable number of business encounters. Concerns have been expressed regarding the potential improper use of power by the former vice president to benefit Hunter Biden and other family members, as a consequence of these meetings.
The relationship between House Republicans and President Biden’s son, Hunter, is relentlessly scrutinized.
Former Speaker Kevin McCarthy instigated an impeachment investigation prior to the president’s removal from office. The inquiry examined the president’s transaction with foreign enterprises affiliated with opposing regimes, including the Chinese communist party, and the manner and reasoning behind this exchange of “things of value.”
President Biden categorically denied any accusations of improper conduct, and White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre reiterated this sentiment. The administration issued a memorandum to the majority of conventional news organizations upon learning of the impeachment investigation, requesting that they report on the “lies” Republicans are spreading about the president.
As we reported earlier:
“The investigation into Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden and his activities resulted in charges concerning tax, gun, and Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA) violations.”
At first, Hunter had a plea deal to escape jail time and receive minimal consequences, such as affording Hunter Biden the ability to plead guilty for not paying taxes on more than $1.5 million in income in 2017 and 2018, receiving probation rather than jail time.
In addition, U.S. Prosecutor David Weiss devised a separate diversion agreement that gave Hunter Biden immunity from potential future charges, including a provision to essentially wipe a felony gun violation from his record.
But in July, Hunter Biden’s sweetheart plea deal with the Justice Department fell apart under scrutiny from a Delaware judge. The DOJ then requested that the judge dismiss the plea deal, which he did on August 17. Moving forward, prosecutors expect the case to go to trial, where it will likely be tried in Delaware or California.
Now Hunter has made a change that indicates he is looking at monetary consequences. Hunter Biden and his wife Melissa Cohen have been living in a $4.2 million canal-side Venice Beach house. Hunter Biden reportedly rented that property for $20,000 a month.
They were not popular tenants, however. “Hunter and Melissa were horrible tenants. Not only did they stiff the owner for months of rent, they left the house in terrible condition,” a source told the Daily Mail.
“Melissa was rude and entitled. They destroyed the stereo equipment in the home and when someone came to fix it, they were uncooperative. They also left the place dirty,” the source added.
Daily Mail now reports that the Bidens have moved to a lower priced property in Malibu from their previous residence. Hunter and Melissa reportedly downsized to a $15,800 a month ocean view Malibu home, a substantial cut back from his previous $20,000 a month California residence.
While the national average rental price is just north of $2,000 a month, Hunter Biden, the first family’s business rainmaker, pays $15,800 a month for a beautiful residence on the Pacific Ocean, the Daily Mail reported.