Elizabeth Anne Holmes (born February 3, 1984) is an American businesswoman who founded and was the CEO of Theranos, a now-defunct health technology company. Theranos soared in valuation after the company claimed to have revolutionized blood testing by developing testing methods that could use surprisingly small volumes of blood, such as from a fingerprick. — Wikipedia
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Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes plans to introduce evidence of a mental condition that affects the issue of guilt.
A judge ordered Holmes to be examined by two government psychologists before the trial starts next year.
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Facing fraud charges and years in prison, ex-Theranos CEO could invoke ‘mental disease’ defense.
A ruling by a federal judge in California appears to clear the path for Ms. Holmes to go on trial in March.
The trial was supposed to start this year, but was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Holmes is accused of defrauding investors by falsely claiming Theranos devices could perform several tests with one drop of blood.
Stanford University dropout’s felony fraud trial was supposed to start this summer but the pandemic shut courtrooms.
Wall Street Journal owner Murdoch listed as someone who could testify about the ‘threatening, influencing, or vilifying’ of journalists.
Relatives that scam together, fam together.
A common-sense definition of investors applies when sorting out which people and entities were allegedly defrauded, feds argue.
Elizabeth Holmes, the founder and former CEO of Theranos, may seek a “mental disease” defense in her criminal fraud trial, according to a new court document.