1. Was accused, probably about B. C. 80 or 79 under the Cornelia law de Sicariis,
of the murder of C. Varenus, and of an attempt to murder Cn. Varenus.
He was defended by Cicero in a speech which is lost, but was condemned. (Quint. Inst. 10.13.29
, vii. 50.9, 9.2.56; Cic. Fragm.
vol. iv. p. 443, Orelli; Drumann, Geschichte Roms,
vol. v. pp. 244, 245.)