Un Si Grand Soleil in advance: Wednesday, May 18, 2022 episode summary [SPOILERS] – TV news series

In the next episode of “Un Si Grand Soleil”… While Mr. Verneuil is placed under legal protection, Hélène’s lawyer asks for a second medical opinion to get her out of prison.


Warning, the following paragraphs contain spoilers for the episode of Un Si Grand Soleil broadcast tomorrow night on France 2! If you don’t want to know anything, don’t read!

Wednesday, May 18 at Un si grand soleil…

The Verneuil case worries Florent

While Carole Martinez is terrified after nearly being shot and killed two nights earlier, Judge Alphand offers her lawyer, Maître Cabestan, to place her under judicial protection because this attack may have a link to her testimony about the envelope of money she says she found in her boss’s office.

Meanwhile, Philippe Verneuil, placed in pre-trial detention, meets his fellow inmate, who turns out to be Moreau, a former drug dealer. Delighted to be in a cell with a businessman, he believes he can make money thanks to him. Verneuil argues that it is his company money and not his, Moreau advises him to use it to buy protection from certain influential prisoners in order to ensure their safety during their stay in prison.

In the living room, Verneuil collapses in front of Florent when the latter informs him that his company’s computers are still being scanned and could not be recovered. Desperate at the thought that his company will go under, he makes his lawyer promise to take care of his daughter Aurore.

Back at the office, Florent finds Johanna and Margot busy preparing the company cocktail for the company’s one-year anniversary. But the colleague doesn’t have the courage to celebrate. He explains to Johanna that he is worried about Verneuil, who is one of his first clients and whose daughter he has seen grow up. He fears that his life will be ruined because of a person who accuses him of this drug dealing and does not support this situation.

Levars wants to claim irresponsibility for Hélène

It’s the big day for Claire, who officially resumes her position as a nurse at the hospital. David and Yasmine welcome her enthusiastically, delighted to see her back among them. As Claire puts her things in her locker, she notices that the one next to hers still has a tag with Helen’s name on it. Yasmine notices and hangs up.

Meanwhile, Maître Levars, who has had specialist confirmation that the blood pressure medication Hélène was taking could have side effects, goes to Judge Alphand’s office and contacts Commander Becker to inform him of the intention to explore the trail. of criminal irresponsibility by your client. This trail should be reinforced by a second medical report presented to the nurse.

Becker then informs Janet over lunch, and the doctor despairs that she has not noticed any of the nurse’s symptoms that could have alerted her and allowed her to stop him in time. Becker tries to reassure her: only the results of counter-expertise can prove that, and that can take time.

Levars then goes to prison and asks Hélène to visit. He informs his client that she will soon be able to leave for hospital as part of a new psychological exam that could prove she was not responsible for her actions towards Claire. With these words, Hélène loses her temper: she refuses to be taken to the hospital and accuses Levars of being in cahoots with Florent to prevent him from seeing Claire again.

For her part, Claire learns from Alain that Hélène’s lawyer is trying to portray her behavior as irresponsible towards her treatment. Distraught that this kind of side effect is extremely rare, she suspects her lawyer’s tactic to get her out of prison. At dusk, she has a nightmare: at the hospital, Hélène’s name tag has reappeared in her locker, and the nurse slips in behind her in surprise…

Enzo wants to take his independence

When he meets his grandmother Claudine for a trip, she asks if preparations for the move are progressing. Enzo responds that he is very happy with this life change for Florent and Claire, but admits that he would have preferred to take this opportunity to become independent by finding accommodation on his own.

Claudine then offers to talk to her father about it and even help him out financially, but he would not rather spoil their happiness for the moment and will announce his decision to them in due course. He also kindly refuses his grandmother’s help and prefers to fend for himself.

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