In detention since June 2021, Cédric Jubillar could soon be released after five requests from his lawyers.
The investigation following the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar continues after the latter vanished on the night of December 15 to 16, 2020 in Cagnac-les-Mines (Tarn). The most recent tracks were also obtained by unconventional methods, it remains to be seen whether the police will decide to follow them. Although always presumed innocent, Delphine Jubilla’s husband, Cédric Jubillar – with whom she was in the process of divorcing – is the main suspect. He was indicted for spousal murder and has been in the Seysses remand center since June 18, 2021. Since then, his team of lawyers Mes Jean-Baptiste Alary, Emmanuelle Franck and Alexandre Martin are fighting for his release and have already filed no less than five applications for release. If they have so far been refused after refusal, the month of June 2022 could prove decisive according to our colleagues from Actu Toulouse.
During the first two weeks of June 2022, “the Toulouse courthouse will arbitrate the hearing for the extension of his pre-trial detention before the judge of freedoms” explains Actu Toulouse. Our colleagues have also heard the words of Mr Georges Catala, lawyer at the Toulouse bar according to which “no objective element allows to say that this father, even if he has a head of c*n, is guilty of something“. Although she is presumed dead, Delphine Jubillar has indeed still not been found and Cédric Jubillar’s lawyers continue to point the finger the lack of evidence that would allow him to be convictedr. As Me Catala also reminds us, “The fact that there is no corpse leaves the door open to many speculations (…)”.
Cédric Jubillar soon released?
But speculations do not advance the investigation and for the moment, still according to Actu Toulouse and the words of Mr Catala, “[la gendarmerie] found nothing that could establish with certainty that it was him (Cédric Jubillar, editor’s note). And before an assize court, the doubt must benefit the accused. The fact that he appears at large could militate in favor of an acquittal“. In the meantime, the search to find Delphine Jubillar is continuing. The magistrates in charge of the case have also recently organized a face-to-face meeting between Cédric Jubillar and Marco, his former cellmate to whom he said he killed his wife and where he buried her. Despite a promising meeting with Marco – whose well-filled locker is shocking – no new element could be drawn from it.
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