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More Pain For Hillary: Brother-In-Law Roger Clinton's DUI Case To Go To Trial

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Nov. 17 2016, Updated 2:29 p.m. ET

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Just one week after her shocking loss in the presidential election, Hillary Clinton must cope with more bad news — this time on the family front.

The former Secretary of State's brother-in-law Roger Clinton — who as RadarOnline.com exclusively reported, had a hearing for his DUI case just hours before the landmark election — will return to court to set his trial date on November 30.

According to Los Angeles Superior Court documents obtained exclusively by Radar, Bill's 60-year-old half-brother was not present in the Torrance Courthouse, but was represented by his attorney during the November 7 session.

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As Radar reported, Roger was arrested for driving under the influence in Redondo Beach on June 5.

According to a witness, the family's black sheep was driving in an "erratic" manner down the Pacific Coast Highway at 7:20 pm.

Despite his obvious troubles, and court-ordered enrollment in an alcohol treatment program, the two-time DUI arrestee was spotted buying booze in a local California liquor store earlier this month.

Bad behavior apparently runs in the family. Roger's 22-year-old model son, Tyler — Hillary's nephew — was previously arrested in 2015 for allegedly beating a man in the head with a beer bottle, Radar exclusively reported last week. (Charges were ultimately dropped.)

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