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accusare aliquem falsarum tabularum
to accuse a person of forging the archives.
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accusare aliquem peculatus, pecuniae publicae
to accuse some one of malversation, embezzlement of public money.
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caput alicuius agitur (vid. sect. V. 8)
a person's life is in jeopardy.
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accusare aliquem rei capitalis (rerum capitalium)
to charge some one with a capital offence.
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crimina diluere, dissolvere
to refute charges.
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iudices reicere (Verr. 3. 11. 28)
to challenge, reject jurymen.
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aliquis reus fit (Fam. 13. 54)
some one is accused.
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eximere de reis aliquem
to strike a person's name off the list of the accused.
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referre in reos aliquem
to put some one on the list of the accused.
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nomen alicuius deferre (apud praetorem) (Verr. 2. 38. 94)
to accuse, denounce a person.
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actio, petitio
a private, civil prosecution.
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accusatio (Cael. 3. 6)
a criminal accusation.
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calumniae litium (Mil. 27. 74)
chicanery (specially of wrongfully accusing an innocent man).
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causā or lite cadere (owing to some informality)
to lose one's case.
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causam or litem amittere, perdere
to lose one's case.
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causā or iudicio vincere
to win a case.
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causam or litem obtinere
to win a case.
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lites componere (Verg. Ecl. 3. 108)
to arrange a dispute (by arbitration).
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adhuc sub iudice lis est (Hor. A. P. 77)
the case is still undecided.
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litem alicui intendere
to go to law with, sue a person.
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indicta causa (opp. cognita causa)
without going to law.
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ad causam aggredi or accedere
to undertake a case.
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causam suscipere
to undertake a case.
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patronus (causae) (De Or. 2. 69)
counsel; advocate.
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causam inferiorem dicendo reddere superiorem (λόγον κρείττω ποιειν) (Brut. 8. 30)
to gain a weak case by clever pleading.
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causam optimam habere (Lig. 4. 10)
to have a good case.
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causam alicuius defendere
to conduct some one's defence in a case.
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causam dicere pro aliquo
to defend a person.
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causam dicere
to defend oneself before the judge (of the accused).
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causam dicere, orare (Brut. 12. 47)
to address the court (of the advocate).
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causam alicuius agere (apud iudicem)
to conduct a person's case (said of an agent, solicitor).
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causa publica (Brut. 48. 178)
a criminal case.
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causa privata
a civil case.
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aliquem a ceteris separare et in arcam conicere ne quis cum eo colloqui possit (Mil. 22. 60)
to isolate a witness.
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cruciatūs tormentorum
the pains of torture.
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de servis quaerere (in dominum)
to examine slaves by torture.
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quaerere tormentis de aliquo
to have a person tortured.
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alicui admovere tormenta
to have a person tortured.
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testibus teneri, convictum esse
to be convicted by some one's evidence.
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pro testimonio dicere
to state as evidence.
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testimonium dicere pro aliquo
to give evidence on some one's behalf.
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testem prodire (in aliquem)
to appear as witness against a person.
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aliquem testem producere
to produce as a witness.
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aliquem testem dare, edere, proferre
to produce as a witness.
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aliquo teste uti
to use some one's evidence.
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aliquem testem adhibere
to use some one's evidence.
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aliquem testem alicuius rei (in aliquid) citare
to cite a person to give evidence on a matter.
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testis incorruptus atque integer
an impartial witness.
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testis locuples
a witness worthy of all credit.
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testis gravis
an important witness.
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