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Twelve Emperors by Suetonius

Julius Caesar, Chapter 12: Against Gaius Rabirius
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He [Note 1] also bribed a man to bring a charge of high treason against Gaius Rabirius, who some years before, had rendered conspicuous service to the senate in repressing the seditious designs of the tribune Lucius Saturninus; and when he had been selected by lot to sentence the accused, he did so with such eagerness, that when Rabirius appealed to the people, nothing was so much in his favor as the bitter hostility of his judge.

Note 1: he = Julius Caesar