Millas trial: “I want to convey the emotion, the suffering of the victims”, Corine Serfati pleads today

Maître Corine Serfati is one of the 15 lawyers who will succeed each other at the bar, this Monday and Tuesday, to plead in favor of the civil parties of the trial of the drama of Millas, which enters its third and last week this Monday in Marseille. Invited by France Bleu Roussillon this Monday a few hours before her pleading, she explained that she wanted “try to convey the emotion, the pain, the suffering of the victims”.

The Catalan lawyer returned to the absence of the defendant Nadine Oliveira in the courtroom for 10 days after a heart failure.

She also commended the work of the Presiding Judge, “outstanding” these first two weeks according to her.

As well as on the quasi-therapeutic virtues of the trial, felt by certain victims or families of victims after speaking out.

Corine Serfati is known for having intervened in terrorism trials, such as that of Mohammed Merah, author of the attacks in a Toulouse school in 2012. Even if “every trial is different” according to her, she finds similarities in these two cases, in which the victims are children.

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