The Court of Cassation announces this Friday rejection of an appeal by Cédric Jubillar’s lawyers demanding his release. On July 4, the investigative chamber of the Court of Appeal in Toulouse assessed that the number one suspect in the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar in December 2020 in Cagnac-les-Mines in Tarn should remain in prison. , confirming the order of the Liberties and Custody Judge (JLD), who had extended his remand by six months in June.
“After examining both the admissibility of the appeal and the procedural documents, the Court of Cassation finds that in this case there are no means of such a nature that the appeal can be upheld. The court therefore declares the appeal inadmissible. allowed”she wrote in her decision, which was published on Friday.
Six requests for release rejected
Cédric Jubillar, 35, is being held in solitary confinement in the Seysses prison, near Toulouse, since June 2021. His lawyers have unsuccessfully multiplied the appeal for justice to obtain his release. A sixth request for release was rejected by the courts last week, on 22 September.
The following day, Cédric Jubillar was once again questioned by the investigative judges in Toulouse. Interrogation where the number one suspect in his wife’s disappearance once again professed his innocence.