Cédric Jubillar’s lawyer has announced his indictment for the murder of his wife, Delphine, a nurse who disappeared in the Tarn.
Cédric Jubillar, husband of Delphine Jubillar, a 33-year-old nurse and mother of two missing for six months in the Tarn, was indicted for “aggravated murder”, his lawyer announced on Friday June 18th.
“He is indicted for aggravated murder. It is inconsistent at this stage of the file ”, Jean-Baptiste Alary, lawyer for Cédric Jubillar, told AFP. The latter was brought before the examining magistrates this morning, then indicted in connection with the disappearance of his wife Delphine Jubillar. There would therefore be serious or concordant clues which show that Cédric Jubillar may have participated in the disappearance of his wife. The father of the family has six months to challenge this decision.
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After six months of intense research, the magistrate announced Wednesday, June 16 the placement in custody of Cédric Jubillar as well as that of his mother, Nadine, and his stepfather, Olivier. Friday, June 18, the prosecution announced that the custody of the mother and stepfather of Cédric Jubillar had “been lifted by the investigating magistrates“, Adding that the husband of the missing person was”being transferred to be presented before the investigating judges at the end of the morning».
A press conference by the Toulouse public prosecutor, Dominique Alzeari, is also expected at 4 p.m.