The walk-free plea that Joe Biden’s niece Caroline Biden received after pleading guilty to DUI, continues a long Biden family tradition of breaking the law and avoiding jail time.
In August 2019, Caroline Biden, 33, a niece of former Vice President Biden, was busted in Lower Merion Township, Penn., for driving under the influence and without a license.
While the large print in the Pennsylvania court records shows she pleaded guilty to DUI on Dec. 3 — and was sentenced to 20 days to six months of “confinement,”
However, the small print shows that she won’t be spending even a single day behind bars after negotiating a plea deal with the Montgomery County district attorney.
Instead of jail, Caroline Biden got five-plus months of probation, with 20 days of rehab in January counted toward her sentence.
Montgomery County District Attorney Spokeswoman, Kate Delano, explained that despite what your eyes were telling you. The DA negotiated a tough plea deal with Caroline Biden.
“She will be on probation … Should she then violate or break the law at any time, then she will be on the hook for the rest of the sentence,”
Caroline Biden DUI Wasn’t Her First ‘Get Out Of Jail Free‘ Card
In 2013, the Biden’s pampered wild child was arrested after a dustup with her Tribeca roommate over unpaid rent.
After the NYPD arrived, Caroline was booked on charges of resisting arrest and obstruction after she allegedly tried slugging a responding female officer.
The case was dismissed and sealed after six months, after she agreed to anger management treatment.
She was then allowed to re-plead to the lesser charge of petty larceny as part of a sweetheart deal negotiated by her attorneys.
Biden avoided jail time by completing 10 days of court-ordered community service and paying full restitution of $110,810.04 for the charges she made at Bigelow Pharmacy, where a hairbrush and skin creams can run hundreds of dollars.
According to published reports, like many in the Biden family, Caroline Biden has struggled with alcohol and drug addiction.