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[948a] The court shall be composed first of Law-wardens, next of the living1 members of the body of examiners themselves, and, in addition to these, of the Bench of select judges;2 and he who indicts anyone shall state in his indictment that the person in question is unworthy of his distinctions and of his office; and if the defendant be convicted, he shall be deprived of his office and of his tomb, and of the other privileges granted to him; but if the prosecutor fails to gain one-fifth of the votes, he shall pay twelve minas if he be of the highest class,—

1 i.e. after superannuation.

2 Cp. Plat. Laws 855c.

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