After the publication of elements of the investigation concerning in particular the broken glasses of Delphine, the lawyers of Cédric Jubillar decided to file a complaint for violation of the secrecy of the instruction.
The publication of extracts from the psychiatric expertise of Cédric Jubillar calling him “egocentric” and marked by “psychic injuries”, by Le Parisien, on April 26, 2022, and conclusions about Delphine Jubillar’s broken glasses, were not at all to the taste of the husband’s lawyers.
They decided to lodge a complaint for violation of the secrecy of the investigation (violating the secrecy of the investigation is an offense punishable by two years’ imprisonment and a fine of 30,000 euros).
In Le Figaro, one of the three lawyers for the husband of the nurse who has been missing for almost a year and a half, protested against the abuses of the media coverage of the case which, according to her, would put “directly in danger not only the file, but also the functioning of justice”.
Broken glasses? A “non-event” according to Maître Franck
Cédric Jubillar’s lawyer complained that the elements, in particular concerning the psychiatric evaluation of the indicted, were “never added to the file (…) We weren’t even notified. We would therefore like investigations to be carried out around this violation of the secrecy of the instruction”.
Regarding the broken glasses, for the lawyer it is “a non-event”. For Maître Jean-Baptiste Alary, this case of broken glasses disclosed in Le Parisien is: “decrypted as being dependent, but in reality when we read the expert report, on the pair of glasses for example, she explains to us that they broke under the exercise of an external force. The glasses do not break on their own, indeed. They were already in poor condition and pressure would have been exerted from the outside of the branch (…)
Delphine Jubillar disappeared on the night of December 15 to 16, 2020. Since June 18, 2021, her husband has been imprisoned in Seysses prison near Toulouse, he is suspected of being the murderer of his wife, whom he was pending of divorce.