As a poorly informed UK citizen, I’m new to this tale of fraud, deceit, megalomania, NDAs, lavish Halloween parties, voice modifications, Chuck Work (not to be confused with Steve Jobs), intimidation, 22-strong security teams, FOMO, lack of blinking ability, Shultzs George and Tyler, and a few more indiscretions nestling in the deep caverns of my consciousness that I can’t recall right now due to brain overload reading about this case.
I note that Ramesh Balwani’s attorneys requested separate trials for their client and his former paramour Elizabeth Holmes, with Balwani to go first. They got separate trials but a court ruled that Holmes should be go to court before Balwani.
As Balwani’s team wanted first dibs, one would assume they see an advantage in so doing. Since details of Holmes’ trial will presumably be available for Balwani’s court appearance I would have thought it an advantage to go second.
Could someone explain what I’m missing.