The judge reserved her decision Thursday as the extradition hearing for Chinese tech giant Huawei’s Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou ended after the fourth day of testimony in a Canadian court. 

If Justice Heather Holmes sides with the defense argument, Meng will be freed. But if Holmes sides with the Crown, as the government prosecution is called, the extradition hearing will reconvene in June.

The United States had asked Canada to arrest Meng and extradite her to face charges that she helped an unofficial Huawei subsidiary do business in Iran for Iranian telecom companies, breaching U.S. sanctions against

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