The trial involving Hunter Biden’s gun purchase has been denied a delay by a judge. The trial is set to proceed next month, as per the Associated Press. U.S. District Judge Maryellen Noreika made the ruling on Tuesday, rejecting Hunter Biden’s attorneys’ request for a delay to gather witnesses and review evidence provided by the prosecution. Hunter Biden is facing accusations of providing false information about his drug use on a form to purchase a gun.

Despite admitting to a crack cocaine addiction in October 2018, he has pleaded not guilty. His legal team argues that he did not violate any laws, attributing the charges to political pressure from Republicans. However, the judge dismissed this argument. This is just one of the legal challenges Hunter Biden is currently facing, including gun charges in Delaware and tax charges in California. In Delaware, he faces two counts of making false statements related to drug addiction on the gun purchase form.

In California, he is charged with multiple felonies and misdemeanors for allegedly failing to pay over $1.4 million in taxes between 2016 and 2019.