Article originally appeared on www.washingtonexaminer.com.
Hunter Biden will make his second court appearance on Tuesday as he faces three criminal charges related to his purchase of a firearm in 2018 and the possibility of further charges stemming from his foreign business dealings.
The court appearance is expected to be brief and uneventful, as lawyers for the president’s son have already indicated their client plans to enter a not-guilty plea, and a judge has already indicated the terms of his pretrial release are not likely to change substantially from what the court set during his first appearance in July.
However, the arraignment will mark a significant step in a case that, after years of developing quietly, has featured shocking twists and turns over the past several months.
President Joe Biden has remained largely silent on his son’s legal troubles since a plea deal offered to Hunter Biden by Delaware U.S. Attorney David Weiss, now a special counsel, collapsed in court on July 26.
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