[47] You have therefore to reckon in with what has been told the tale of what has been omitted, and to be all the more for condemning him; you must reflect that he is liable to the charge preferred, and that it is a great blessing to the State that it should be relieved of this sort of citizen. Read them1 the laws, the oaths and the charge preferred: bearing these in mind, they will vote what is just.“Laws”“Oaths”“Charge

1 i.e., the jurors.

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