Criticizing “an empty file” and “an investigation that is not moving forward”, the criminal lawyers do not lose hope and hope for the soon release of the husband of the disappeared.
They are more than a request for release near. Tuesday, October 18, the investigation chamber of the Toulouse Court of Appeal will again have to decide on a sixth request for the release of Cédric Jubillar, suspected of being involved in the disappearance of his wife, Delphine Jubillar. Indicted for “murder of a spouse” on June 18, 2021, the defendant has since been in pre-trial detention, in solitary confinement.
Previously, in the absence of a total release, Cédric Jubillar’s lawyers had asked for release on an electronic bracelet, which they had been refused.
Despite numerous testimonies and multiple excavations, “the investigation is slipping“, assures one of the councils of the Tarnais, Me Jean-Baptiste Alary. Because if the investigators had, from the first days of the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar, quickly dismissed the hypothesis of an accidental fall or a voluntary disappearance, no concrete element would seem for the moment to designate the husband as the culprit.
In the hope of ruling out the possible involvement of their client in the murder of his wife, the defense lawyers have, according to the Toulouse prosecutor’s office, demanded a reconstruction of the night of the tragedy. On November 9, a reconstitution should therefore take place “in the presence of Cédric Jubillar, if he agrees to participate“Said Toulouse prosecutor Samuel Vuelta-Simon. But for the moment, Me Alary assures, according to Free lunch having received no convocation for this reconstitution.