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Cédric Jubillar referred to the Tarn assizes for the murder of his wife Delphine – Libération

Delphine Jubillar affaircase

Cédric Jubillar will be tried for the murder of his wife Delphine, a 33-year-old nurse, who disappeared in Tarn in December 2020. He risks life in prison.

Nearly three years of investigation, no confession and a referral to court. Cédric Jubillar will have to answer before a criminal court for the murder of his wife Delphine, for which he is indicted and placed in pre-trial detention. Investigating judges Audrey Assemat and Coralyne Chartier issued their indictment order on Tuesday, November 21, following the requisitions of the Toulouse public prosecutor’s office made on November 3. Cédric Jubillar faces life imprisonment.

The trial will take place before the Tarn Assize Court in Albi, where specific arrangements will be required to accommodate such a trial. We still don’t know the exact date, possibly late 2024 or early 2025.

Incarcerated since June 2021

In this case without a body, no confession, no witness, no crime scene, the house painter, now aged 36 and incarcerated since June 2021, denies any responsibility. At the time of Delphine Jubillar’s disappearance, on the night of December 15 to 16, 2020, in the middle of a curfew linked to the Covid-19 pandemic, the couple, who have two children, were in the process of divorcing.

The disappearance of the nurse caused a major stir in France, shortly after the conviction of Jonathann Daval to twenty-five years in prison for the murder of his wife Alexia in Haute-Saône, which he had long denied by playing the role of the grieving husband.

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