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Elizabeth Holmes back in court for first time in 15 months, putting Silicon Valley culture under scrutiny – CNBC

The hearing featured both sides sparring over critical motions, including how the culture of Silicon Valley influenced Holmes’ behavior as CEO of Theranos

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A pregnant Elizabeth Holmes appeared in court for the first time in 15 months for three days of hearings that will set the stage for her criminal fraud trial.
At Tuesday’s session in the San Jose federal courthouse, Judge Edward Davila allowed only Holmes, her defense attorneys and the prosecution inside. As Holmes walked into the courthouse she refused to answer questions from CNBC’s Scott Cohn.
The hearing, which lasted more than seven hours, featured both sides sparring over critical motions…

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