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[107] However, to prove that my statements are true and that these things have actually been perpetrated by this shameless ruffian, please call the witnesses.“Witnesses

[We, Dionysius of Aphidna and Antiphilus of Paeania, when our kinsman Nicodemus had met with a violent death at the hands of Aristarchus, the son of Moschus, prosecuted Aristarchus for murder. Learning this, Meidias, who is now being brought to trial by Demosthenes, for whom we appear, offered us small sums of money to let Aristarchus go unharmed, and to substitute the name of Demosthenes in the indictment for murder.]”

Now let me have the law concerning bribery.

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