EShe is a lawyer to the very end of the epitoge, defends the “victims” with the same conviction as the “perpetrators” and avoids any activism. On the contrary, Sophie Obadia, from the top of her 25 years of practice of criminal law, is worried about the “new feminist justice” which is reflected in the distorting mirrors of the #MeToo movement. In the media or in private, she regularly points out the perverse effects. About the rapes and sexual assaults on 17-year-old minors of which the singer Jean-Luc Lahaye is suspected, she questions: “The law fixes the rule of the criminal majority, but is it up to the judge to define the sexual norm? »
In a column co-signed with the philosopher and psychoanalyst Sabine Prokhoris, published in Marianne in December 2021, she points, about the damage…
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Thefts, violence, drug trafficking, sexual assault, traffic offences, scams… Raising the curtain on the daily life of the correctional through a sample of trials sketched on the spot.