leader of yours, Athenians, who has imposed on himself a sentence of death
should he be proved to have taken even the smallest sum from Harpalus, has been
clearly convicted of taking bribes from those very men whom he formerly
professed to oppose. Much has already been said by Stratocles1
and most of the charges
have now been made; as regards the report itself the Areopagus has expressed
opinions which are both just and true, while with events succeeding this
Stratocles has already dealt and read the decrees relating to them.