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[6] This led Catulus to say, when he met the jurors, ‘It was indeed as a measure of safety that you asked for your guard; you were afraid that someone would take your money away from you.’ 1 And Cicero, when Clodius told him that as a witness he had found no credit with the jurors, said: ‘Nay, twenty-five of the jurors gave me credit, for so many voted against you; and thirty of them gave you no credit, for they did not vote to acquit you until they had got your money.’ 2

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