This Thursday, June 9, the lawyers of Cédric Jubillar spoke to Free lunch. They notably revealed that the husband of Delphine Jubillar was currently very “tired” and that they had to hold him “at arm’s length”.
Cedric Jubillar could he be about to get out of jail? Major suspect in the murder of his wifeDelphine Jubillarmissing since December 2020, he is placed in custody at the Toulouse-Seysses remand center (Haute-Garonne). He has been there since his indictment for spousal homicide, pronounced on June 18, 2021, and would have been placed in solitary confinement. The 34-year-old plasterer, who continues to proclaim his innocence, claims to be the victim of a miscarriage of justice and wishes to be released. It could soon be the case. His lawyers actually advocated fora release of their client, this Thursday, June 9, before the judge of freedoms.
At the end of the argument, the defenders of Cédric Jubillar addressed our colleagues from Free lunch. One of them notably confided that the judge had been “very attentive” to their arguments. He also clarified that their client, whom they had visited in prison the same day, “seemed a bit tired”. “We hold it at arm’s length”, said the lawyer. Finally, the lawyers for the father of the family assured that the judge of freedoms will his decision this Monday, June 13. We will therefore know in a few days whether or not the husband of Delphine Jubillar will soon be released from detention. As a reminder, the previous requests for release from his lawyers have so far all were rejected.
What will happen if Cédric Jubillar is released?
As indicated Free lunch, several scenarios could arise from the decision of the judge of freedoms. If his lawyers’ request is finally accepted and Cédric Jubillar is releasedit might be placed either under electronic surveillance or under judicial control. In the other case, if the plasterer is kept in prison, then the judge will have to rule again in six months. A process that can continue until the trial, of which the date has still not been set.
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