Chapter 1, Attack on Misgovernment, Against Verres I
1. According to Cicero in his first point in Attack on Misgovernment, Against Verres I, how does Cicero see the court as being?
(a) In disarray.
(b) In good moral standing.
(c) In chaos.
(d) In discredit.
2. What does Cicero state cannot happen in a court of law?
(a) Conviction of a woman.
(b) Conviction of a poor man.
(c) Conviction of an innocent man.
(d) Conviction of a wealthy man.
3. Who helped Cicero fend off attempts by Verres to tarnish him?
(a) The Senate.
(b) His friends.
(c) The police.
(d) The consul.
4. How long did Cicero spend investigating Verres in Sicily?
(a) 75 days.
(b) 40 days.
(c) 110 days.
(d) 50 days.
5. Whom does Verres think ill of in Cicero's third argument against Verres?
(b) Virtuous men.
(c) The judges.
(d) The Senate.
6. In what did Verres put his expectation of safety?
(a) The judges.
(b) His innocence.
7. According to Cicero in his fourth argument, what position did Verres occupy when he embezzled public money and abandoned his province?
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