BREAKING: Hunter Biden's law license suspended in DC after conviction on gun charge

"The respondent is suspended immediately from the practice of law in the District of Columbia pending resolution of this matter."


Hunter Biden's law license has been suspended in Washington DC due to his criminal conviction in his federal gun charge case. According to a letter obtained by Politico reporter Kyle Cheney, the DC bar decided to suspend his license after he was found guilty in the Delaware trial.  

The letter sent to Hunter Biden read, "On consideration of an accurate copy of the indictment and jury verdict form filed in the United States District Court for the District of Delaware demonstrating that the respondent was found guilty of three felony counts and it appearing that the offenses are "serious crimes" as defined by D.C. Bar Rule XI, § 10(b), it is ORDERED, pursuant to D.C. Bar Rule XI, § 10(c), that the respondent is suspended immediately from the practice of law in the District of Columbia pending resolution of this matter." 

The letter further added that it would start a formal inquiry into the crimes as it relates to Hunter’s status as a lawyer in DC and what disciplinary action the president's son would be subject to. 

Under the DC Bar Rule XI, § 14, relating to suspended attorneys, anyone who is “suspended or disbarred” as an attorney by the DC Bar is “subject to the disciplinary jurisdiction of this Court and its Board on Professional Responsibility.” 

Hunter was found guilty on all counts in his federal gun charges case in Delaware earlier in June. The 54-year-old Biden is facing a max sentence of 25 years. President Biden has said he will not pardon Hunter or commute his son’s sentence. Hunter graduated from law school in 1996. 

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