The sporting roots of Yann Le Bras, lawyer for the family of Federico Martin Aramburu

Entering his office, Place de la République in Paris, one plunges into a patchwork of works of art where autographed graffiti, a personalized spray paint, collectible cameras stand alongside the manuscripts of Georges Brassens, clichés by Serge Gainsbourg and Lino Ventura, and a drawing by Keith Haring. Without forgetting a “Cocteau” and a Plexiglas coffee table filled with blue pigments, branded Yves Klein. “I peck”, specifies master Yann Le Bras (51 years old), Parisian criminal lawyer whose name is now attached to that of Federico Martin Aramburu, the former Argentinian rugby international, double champion of France with Biarritz (2005 and 2006), shot down boulevard Saint- Germain in Paris on March 19. Me Le Bras – pronounced Le Braz -, mothered by hospital doctor parents – “of the Bretons of Paris” –became his widow’s counsel.


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