Former Theranos Inc. Chief Executive Officer Elizabeth Holmes should spend 15 years in prison for committing one of the most serious white-collar crimes in Silicon Valley history, prosecutors told the judge who will sentence her.
Holmes’s own lawyers say she should be spared from prison and sentenced to home confinement and community service so she can continue her volunteer work counseling sexual-assault victims that she began in recent months. Her lawyers argued that if Davila finds incarceration is required, a term of 18 months is sufficient, followed by supervised release.
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