Lawyers for Adam Rosendorff, the former Theranos Inc. lab director who testified against founder Elizabeth Holmes in her criminal-fraud trial, asked a judge Wednesday to reject a subpoena from Ms. Holmes as she seeks a new trial.
Last month, Ms. Holmes asked a federal judge for a new trial, citing a visit to her California home by Dr. Rosendorff, in which he allegedly expressed regret for his role in her prosecution, according to a court filing.
Dr. Rosendorff’s lawyers dispute that account, saying in the filing Wednesday that he doesn’t recall making those statements and that they don’t accurately reflect how he felt then or now.
“He wanted to be able to forgive her for the pain and suffering her actions have caused in his life,” his lawyers wrote in the filing. “He wanted to be able to express his condolences that her child may grow up without a mother” if Ms. Holmes receives a lengthy prison sentence, they wrote….
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