|Mayor of Rennes|
|Preceded by||Armand Gaultier de la Guistière|
|Succeeded by||Edgar Le Bastard|
|Born||11 March 1804|
|Died||23 October 1877 73) (aged|
|Political party||Moderate Republicans|
Théophile Bidard (11 March 1804 –23 October 1877) was a French politician and law professor,although he might be most remembered as a principal witness for the prosecution against Hélène Jégado in 1851.
Bidard was born in Rennes in 1804. He sat in the Constituent Assembly from 1848 to 1849 as a moderate republican and in the National Assembly from 1871 to 1876 as a member of the Orléanist parliamentary group,Centre droit.
He served as Mayor of Rennes.[ when? ]
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