SAN JOSE, Calif. - The prosecution in the case against Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes was expected to finish calling witnesses this week as the high-profile trial continued Tuesday.
Both the government and defense attorneys finished questioning former Theranos investor Alan Eisenman on Monday.
His contentious cross-examination revealed he invested $1.2 million in Theranos and could have sold his shares for more than 20-times their value but chose not to.
Holmes is charged with ten counts of fraud and two counts of conspiracy for allegedly defrauding patients and investors in her company.
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