Elizabeth Holmes cannot appeal while still being free, the judge rules.

Once a jury determined that Holmes had deceived investors of more than $100 million

She was later given an 11-year prison term and a three-year supervised release period. Holmes appealed

If the defendant is not considered a flight risk or a threat to the community, the court may permit

Although Holmes is not considered a flight risk or a danger to the community, the U.S. District Court

Holmes claimed in her appeal that she did not advertise a defective product

but the court determined that "these disagreements do not immediately connect to the conduct for which Ms. Holmes was convicted."