Elizabeth Holmes may be guilty in the minds of millions who consumed the best-selling book, the dueling documentaries, and the chart-topping podcasts about the downfall of Theranos. But, when it comes to her fate, the only opinions that matter are those of the 12 jurors who will spend the next three months deciding whether Holmes is the ringleader of massive fraud or just a Silicon Valley dreamer who tilted over her skis.
And despite overwhelming public opinion, convincing them to convict won’t be easy, legal experts said.
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