A federal judge overseeing Hunter Biden’s criminal case in Delaware on gun charges said Tuesday that the trial will start next month as planned, rejecting an effort by his attorneys to delay prosecution.

U.S. District Judge Maryellen Noreika said at a hearing in Wilmington, Delaware, that the case against the president’s son will proceed to trial on June 3. Biden’s attorneys had sought to push the proceedings to September.

Biden’s lawyer Abbe Lowell also suggested a July start date, citing potential decisions from the 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals and a Supreme Court decision that could affect the case.

Rejecting both proposals, Noreika said that she had consulted case law and determined that she has jurisdiction and the trial will proceed as planned. She also said it was “not a terribly complicated case.”

The judge plans to call 250 jurors during jury selection, with the goal of identifying 32 to account for potential strikes and then impaneling a jury of 14.