Cédric Jubillar’s lawyer would have exerted pressure on his client’s mother

Cédric Jubillar’s lawyer is the subject of an ethics report. Me Jean-Baptiste Alary is suspected of having “exerted” pressure on Nadine Fabre, the mother of his client, so that she does not change lawyers.

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This is a new twist in a case that has already seen many. Franck Rastoul, Attorney General at the Toulouse Court of Appeal, was seized on Wednesday for ” questions of an ethical nature with regard to one or more lawyers intervening in various capacities in the Jubillar case “, reveals The Point. According to our colleagues, the lawyers concerned are Me Jean-Baptiste Alary, the historical lawyer of Cédric Jubillar, and Me Jessica Chefaroudi, ex-lawyer of Nadine Fabre, the mother of Cédric Jubillar.

According PointMe Alary is suspected of being “ intervened » or to have « exercised pressure on Nadine Fabre so that she does not change lawyers.

The facts date back to September 2021. During an interview with a clairvoyant from 100% Radio, Cédric Jubillar’s mother said that she thought her son was guilty. ” Before police custody in June, I was convinced of my son’s innocence, after police custody and everything the gendarmes showed me, I am unfortunately convinced of my son’s guilt “, she said, unaware that she was recorded.

A disastrous episode

His lawyer, Me Chefaroudi then threatened to attack the radio station for fraud and invasion of privacy. But Nadine Fabre had concluded an agreement with the radio: an exclusive interview in exchange for the non-broadcasting of the recording, of which only extracts had been broadcast. It was during this exchange that Cédric Jubillar’s mother retracted, saying to herself ” extremely disturbed when contacting the seer.

But what reveals Point this week, it is that following this disastrous episode for the defense of Cédric Jubillar, Nadine Fabre wished to change lawyers… and that My Jean-Baptiste Alary and Jessica Chefaroudi would have tried to dissuade her. In vain since she changed her advice shortly after.

“I don’t know what is being blamed on me”

The Attorney General must now establish whether there was indeed pressure, and therefore breaches of ethics. If so, he should also determine what the purpose of the maneuver was and open an investigation. Why did Cédric Jubillar’s lawyer not want his client’s mother to change lawyers? If there is no element in the direction of the pressures mentioned, the prosecutor could close this report.

Contacted by La Dépêche, Me Alary did not wish to comment: “ I don’t know what I’m being blamed for. »

Since mid-January, vast excavations have been undertaken to find the body of Delphine Jubillar, who has been missing for more than a year in the Tarn. Investigators are probing and combing an area near the couple’s home. So far without result.

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