Elizabeth Holmes’ counsel has spent nearly four months providing a San Jose jury granular details about Theranos’ blood-testing technology, but during the final day of closing arguments in the founder’s fraud trial, her attorney said jurors don’t need to know the definition of an “assay” or “CLIA  lab” to acquit her of criminal charges.

“You know from your own experience how to evaluate intent,” said Williams & Connolly’s Kevin Downey on Friday, presenting a good-faith defense for his client. “At the first sign of trouble, crooks cash out, criminals cover up and rats flee a sinking ship.”