As Elizabeth Holmes takes the stand in the criminal case in opposition to her, her testimony faces a mutter: persuading jurors that no topic her missteps, she didn’t intend to defraud.

Over 11 weeks of testimony, prosecutors in the Theranos Inc. founder’s trial presented a fable of a CEO who steadily fabricated the successes of her abilities as she built a blood-checking out startup that in the raze failed. They now have to hope they convinced jurors her habits rose to the level of criminal fraud.

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