Hunter Biden’s Legal Battle: Excerpts from Memoir, Witness Testimonies to Feature in Trial


According to court documents submitted before the June 3 trial, special counsel David Weiss’ office has indicated their intention to summon several women who were involved with Hunter Biden to provide testimony in his felony gun case. These individuals include his ex-wife, Kathleen Buhle, and the widow of his late brother Beau Biden, Hallie Biden.

New information was brought to light on Monday evening in a trial brief submitted by the government. A comprehensive 97-page document has been compiled, containing the necessary legal framework and compelling evidence that prosecutors intend to present. This evidence aims to establish the commission of three felonies by Hunter Biden, specifically related to his acquisition of a firearm in 2018 while under the influence of drugs.

Hunter Biden has entered a plea of not guilty.

According to the filing, prosecutors noted that Witness 1 had been married to the defendant in the past. Despite their divorce in April 2017, she continued to monitor his vehicle throughout 2018 to ensure the safety of their children, as she was concerned about the presence of drugs.

According to prosecutors, Witness 3 was involved in a romantic relationship with the defendant in October 2018, as well as before and after that time.

Prosecutors intend to call a third woman who had a romantic relationship with Biden and witnessed him frequently using crack cocaine, with the exception of when he slept.

Prosecutors in Weiss’ office have expressed their intention to heavily rely on excerpts from Hunter Biden’s 2021 memoir, “Beautiful Things,” where he candidly discusses his struggle with addiction. Additionally, they intend to present a collection of messages that illustrate his addiction during the time he purchased the gun on October 12, 2018.

The trial is set to commence on June 3 in Wilmington, Delaware, presided over by Judge Maryellen Noreika.

On Monday, Hunter Biden made an appeal against Noreika’s decision to deny his motion to dismiss the charges. A panel of federal appellate judges has already rejected a similar attempt. Noreika has consistently impeded Biden’s attempts to postpone the trial.

Last September, special counsel Weiss indicted Biden.

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