3. Various of Patrick Maisonneuve, lawyer representing Yoo Somena, daughter of billionaire Yoo Byung-eun, who is facing extradition to South Korea
4. Maisonneuve entering courtroom
5. Maisonneuve in court
FILE: 11 June 2014
6. Various of courtroom sketch of Yoo Somena during hearing
July 9, 2014
7. Maisonneuve walking outside court room
8. SOUNDBITE (French) Patrick Maisonneuve, Yoo Somena's lawyer:
"The judges believe she could flee France and thus escape the French judicial process, and as a result believe that she should stay in French jail. Obviously I do not share this vision, as Mrs Yoo works here, has a house here, and a son here, that she has been here for more than a year, and has (in this country) the necessary guarantees."
9. Cutaway of photographer
10. SOUNDBITE (French) Patrick Maisonneuve, Yoo Somena's lawyer:
"She wants to defend her case because she knows that in South Korea she wouldn't have a fair trial. She is very conscious of that and, by the way, no South Korean lawyer has accepted to defend her - lawyers would have to be appointed to her case, but she doesn't have the guarantee of a fair trial in South Korea, and it is for that reason that we will reject the request for extradition."
The daughter of a South Korean fugitive businessman believed linked to a deadly April ferry disaster must stay in a French jail pending a decision on whether she is extradited, a court said on Wednesday.
Yoo Somena, daughter of billionaire Yoo Byung-eun, is facing extradition to South Korea based on suspicions of embezzling eight (m) million US dollars between 2004 and 2013.
She was detained on 27 May in Paris on an international warrant, but asked to be released pending the extradition decision on 17 September.
A Paris judge on Wednesday rejected the request, arguing that she could flee the country.
South Korean authorities are seeking to arrest Yoo Byung-eun, who is accused of tax evasion, embezzlement and professional negligence.
His family owns the parent company of the Sewol ferry that sank on 16 April, leaving more than 300 people dead or missing.