would be an utter disgrace if, when others no worse, and even less guilty, than
Demosthenes have been destroyed by his decrees, he, with his contempt for you
and the laws, should be at large unpunished in the city, when by his own motion
and the decrees which he proposed he has been convicted. The same council,
Athenians, the same place, the same rights have been in question.
Dinarchus. Minor Attic Orators in two volumes, 2, with an English translation by J. O. Burtt, M.A. Cambridge, MA, Harvard University Press; London, William Heinemann Ltd. 1962.
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