Cédric Jubillar’s mother is now represented by a tenor from the bar and not just any.
Cédric Jubillar’s mother had been placed in police custody at the same time as her son Cédric, on June 16. Her alibi had been verified and she had come out free.
Cédric, he had been indicted, forty-eight hours later, suspected of the murder of his wife Delphine, his wife, who disappeared on the night of December 15 to 16, 2020 in Cagnac-les-Mines in the Tarn and whose never found the body.
I love him, I’m his mom, I’ll always be there for him
Nadine Fabre had “above all been summoned with the idea of make his son confess,” said his lawyer at the time, Jessica Chefaroudi, to La Dépêche.
Since June 18, she has had no contact with her son, placed in solitary confinement and who therefore can only communicate with his lawyers. And she continues to support him. At the microphone of Radio 100%, on September 22, she had launched: “I love him, I am his mom, I will always be there for him. I hope the truth will come out and quickly.”
Eric Dupond-Moretti’s partner
The mother-in-law of Delphine Jubillar, civil party, has appealed, since Tuesday, October 12, to a renowned lawyer and not just any. This is what the JDD revealed this Sunday, October 17. This is Antoine Vey, a famous criminal lawyer, and partner of Eric Dupond-Moretti, now Minister of Justice.
Cahuzac and Balkany’s lawyer
Nadine Fabre could indeed be questioned again for the purposes of the investigation, revealed La Dépêche. It will now be defended by this young 37-year-old tenor of the bar who has made a name for himself in highly publicized cases. Maître Vey has notably been the lawyer for Jérôme Cahuzac, Patrick Balkany, Julien Assange…
Contacted by Midi Libre, master Vey does not wish to communicate for the moment on the case.