husband’s third release request refused

INFO THE FIGARO – Indicted for the murder of his wife, Cédric Jubillar has now been imprisoned for three months. Pointing to “inconsistencies” in the file, his lawyers demand his release. In vain.

Cédric Jubillar has been behind bars for three months now, “in a 15 square meter room, screened from floor to ceiling», Report his lawyers to Figaro. The latter do not let go: after having suffered two refusals concerning the release of their client, Me Jean-Baptiste Alary, Me Emmanuelle Franck and Me Alexandre Martin had sent a third request for release.

This Tuesday, September 21, the Toulouse Court of Appeal ruled: Cédric Jubillar will remain in prison, confirmed to the Figaro his lawyers. “But we do not yet have the written decision with the reason for the refusal», Clarified Me Franck.

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“Serious and concordant” indices

The lawyers had already requested for the first time the release of their client, a request rejected last July. Far from giving up, the penalists had sent a second request, also rejected on August 25. The Toulouse Court of Appeal considered that there were clues “serious and concordant»Proving that Cédric Jubillar had been able to participate in the murder of his wife.

For now, the mystery remains around the disappearance of the young 33-year-old nurse, not found since December 16, 2020, where she was last seen in Cagnac-les-Mines, in the Tarn. According to the husband’s claims, the latter left, despite the cold, confinement and darkness, to walk the family’s dogs around 11 p.m. She would never have come back. The dogs would have found their way home alone.

Indicted and remanded in custody on June 18 for “murder on a spouse”, Cédric Jubillar today represents for investigators the number one suspect. According to our information, he should be questioned for the first time by the investigating magistrate in early October.


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