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Thursday, September 30, 2021, Baptiste * (39 years old) was on trial Correctional court of Caen (Calvados)) for burglary committed Monday May 3 in Grainville-sur-Odon.
Since he was convicted of domestic violence, Baptiste, who now lives in a hostel, is prohibited from approaching Laurie *, his ex-partner. Also on Monday, May 3, 2021, he will wait until she has left for her work to enter her home in order to retrieve administrative documents that he (he will say) absolutely needs. Around 3 p.m., he therefore climbs the fence and goes through the back door that he knows to be faulty. He will be spotted by the neighbor who warns Laurie. On her return, she finds her interior searched, papers which are personal to her and her laptop have disappeared. Baptiste will be taken into custody the next day. Everything that was stolen was found in his car.
Ten months in prison
If at the hearing the accused begins by apologizing for the intrusion “sorry to have violated his home”, he recognizes the rest at least. “I didn’t search any place and closed the door when I left. But he fails to convince the magistrates, especially since the victim claims to have already seen him roam around her home.
He was sentenced to 10 months in prison, 137 euros in material damage, 700 euros in moral damage and 600 euros in legal costs. The prohibition of contact is obviously reiterated.
* Loan names
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