Judge to decide in April whether to delay prison for Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes

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Former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes, center, walks into court in San Jose, Calif., on Friday alongside her mother, Noel Holmes, and partner, Billy Evans. Philip Pacheco/Getty Images

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Elizabeth Holmes, the disgraced founder of the medical technology startup Theranos, returned to court Friday to argue that she should remain free on bail while she pursues an appeal of her conviction for wire fraud and conspiracy.

Once a darling of Silicon Valley, Holmes was sentenced to 11 years in prison last year

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