The request for the release of Cédric Jubillar, filed last week by his three lawyers, was once again rejected by the judges, this Wednesday, September 21, 2022. The defense appealed this decision. On the sidelines of this new rejection, the plasterer painter must be heard by the two investigating judges, this Friday, September 23, at the Toulouse court. The request for release filed last week by the lawyers of Cédric Jubillar, with the judges, was refused on Wednesday evening September 21. The defense appealed this decision. A hearing before the Court of Appeal is expected to be held shortly. Cédric Jubillar’s lawyers are asking for the release of their client, on an electronic bracelet. A feasibility study was initiated by the courts this summer. The agents of the penitentiary service of insertion and probation (Spip) recently gave a negative opinion at the end of this investigation but on the basis of an accommodation which was not that intended for Cédric Jubillar. A dwelling in question Indeed, the apartment visited and located in Occitania, was partly under construction. But a second renovated apartment adjoining the first would not present any technical failure. It is this dwelling which would in reality be made available by a relative of the main suspect. At the beginning of October, during the appeal hearing, the lawyers of the husband of Delphine Jubillar intend to argue that this accommodation would be compatible with a release under supervision. In addition, the painter plasterer must be heard in the office of the judges, this Friday, September 23, at the judicial court of Toulouse. Locked down since June 18, 2021, Cédric Jubillar, 35, is suspected of having killed his wife, Delphine Jubillar, whose body remains untraceable. The 33-year-old Tarn nurse disappeared on the night of December 15 to 16, 2020, in Cagnac-les-Mines (81). She had to start a new life with another man and had asked for a divorce. A situation badly experienced by Cédric Jubillar who remains the principal in this affair. He denies any involvement in the investigation into the murder of his wife.