Ex-Theranos CEO Says Feds Are Stonewalling Over Docs
Law360 (April 16, 2019, 7:58 PM EDT) -- Former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes on Monday accused prosecutors of playing hide the ball with exculpatory evidence in the case accusing her of defrauding investors and patients with faulty blood testing technology, pressing for a wide swath of documents from multiple federal agencies.
Attorneys for Holmes told a California federal judge that despite the government’s intention to rely at trial on material from federal and state agencies that regulated or were involved with Theranos Inc., prosecutors are refusing to turn over agency evidence that’s favorable to the defense, as required under Brady v. Maryland.
Holmes and former Theranos executive Ramesh “Sunny”...
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