At Theranos Trial, Plumbing, Sudoku, Clacking Keyboards Challenge a Judge

SAN JOSE, Calif.—Keeping Silicon Valley’s highest-profile felony trial on observe was difficult sufficient for U.S. District Judge Edward Davila. Then a water fundamental broke.

“There’s a hole down on the corner of San Fernando and First Street, with a lot of men with yellow jackets staring down the hole, so that suggests something,” Judge Davila mentioned on a current Wednesday. He closed the courtroom due to inoperable loos, shedding a day of testimony within the fraud trial of Theranos Inc. founder Elizabeth Holmes.



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