A key witness in a trial that led to the conviction of disgraced Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes adamantly stood by his testimony during an unusual court appearance Monday. The prosecution witness, former Theranos lab director Adam Rosendorff, made a remorseful appearance at Holmes’ Silicon Valley home after the trial, raising questions about potential misconduct.
Monday’s hearing provided what might be the final opportunity for Holmes to avoid prison if her legal team can persuade US District Judge Edward Davila she deserves a new trial, based on the Rosendorff’s conduct. Rosendorff spent six days on the witness stand last year testifying for the prosecution during Holmes’ trial.
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