2. M. Saufeius
, was a companion of Milo, and had taken the principal share in the murder of Clodius, B. C. 52.
After the condemnation of Milo, he was accused under the lex Pompeia de Vi,
and escaped punishment by only a single vote.
He was accused a few days afterwards under the lex Plautia, but was again acquitted.
He was on each occasion defended by Cicero. (Ascon. in Mil.
p. 54, ed. Orelli.)