9. C. Memmius
, son of the preceding by Fausta, daughter of Sulla the dictator, was tribune of the plebs in B. C. 54.
He prosecuted A. Gabinius, consul in B. C. 58, for malversation in his province of Syria (Cic. ad Quint. Fr.
3.1. 5, 15, 2. 1, 3. 2, pro Rabir. Post.
3; V. Max. 8.1.3
), and Domitius Calvinus for ambitus at his consular comitia in B. C. 54 (Cic. ad Quint. Fr.
3.2.3, 3. 2). Memmius addressed the judices in behalf of the defendant at the trial of M. Aemilius Scaurus in the same year (Ascon. in Cic. Scaurian.
p. 29, Orelli). Memmius was step-son of T. Annius Milo who married his mother after her divorce by C. Memmius (No. 7). (Ascon. I. c.;
Cic. pro Sull.
19.) Memmius was consul suffectus in B. C. 34, when he exhibited games in honour of one of the mythic ancestors of the Julian house, Venus Genetrix. (D. C. 49.42