20 years required by the Advocate General against Laurent Dejean

After two weeks of hearing, the Advocate General requests 20 years of criminal imprisonment against Laurent Dejean, tried on appeal for the murder of the Bouloc jogger, Patricia Bouchon on February 14, 2011. The accused denies the facts .

Laurent Dejean during his appeal trial in Albi. © Maxppp
Marie Pierre Volle

The requisitions of the Advocate General have just fallen at the appeal trial of Laurent Dejean in Albi. The prosecution requires 20 years of criminal imprisonment with 10 years of compulsory care.

The forties is accused of having killed the mother of the family while she was jogging in the early morning in Bouloc near Toulouse on February 14, 2011. He denies the facts. During the trial at first instance, the Advocate General requested acquittal and Laurent Dejean was finally sentenced to 20 years in prison.

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