The judge is already there Elizabeth Holmes‘case of fraud.
The CEO of Theranos was found guilty of four counts and not guilty of four counts on Monday, Jan. 3.
Holmes was guilty of one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and three counts of wire fraud. Each count of fraud includes a maximum prison sentence of 20 years, according to The New York Times, saying the sentences are “likely to be served simultaneously.”
The jury ruled that Holmes was not guilty of the second count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud, and they did not reach a verdict on three more counts of wire fraud. In addition he was found not guilty in the last three counts of the case.
E! The news reached his lawyer for comment. He pleaded not guilty to all counts prior to trial.
Holmes, who left Stanford in 2004, became a “Tech visionary,” in the words of the Theranos board member and former U.S. Secretary of State. Henry A. Kissinger. He wrote to her PERIOD magazine profile in 2015 when he was named one of the “100 most influential people” at the outlet.
His start of the blood test announced a much quicker way to puncture the finger.