The federal judge overseeing the criminal fraud case against Elizabeth Holmes on Wednesday held off suspending an August trial date for the founder of blood-testing company Theranos. 

U.S. District Judge Edward Davila also took issue with the tone of a proposed order from Holmes’ lawyers at Williams & Connolly, who asked that their work on the case be deemed “essential” so they could continue with her trial preparation.

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