“This audience has the merit of saying the right words. Like those of the victim, his ex-partner, and I believe that Guillaume must have heard them. But he must be judged solely on the facts with which he is accused.” insisted Maud Navenot, the accused’s lawyer.
Wednesday, November 15, the trial of Guillaume Figuester for attempted murder comes to an end before the Vendée Assize Court. Before leaving to deliberate, the jurors listened to the requisitions of the attorney general, Olivier Dubief, and the pleadings of the accused’s lawyer, Maud Navenot.
“Monsieur was heroic, without him, she would have died”
“I am not paid by any party. I am free to give my personal conviction in this matter. And free, the victim has only been free since Guillaume Figuester was incarcerated,” Olivier Dubief poses in the preamble. He comes back to the context…” he…