Why was Socrates found guilty? Was he fairly tried and condemned?

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Ancient

 

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John L

 

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July 31, 2016

 

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University

 

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Rather than return and face the charges, he defected to Sparta. Later he was re-accepted into Athens, but it was short-lived; after a few naval defeats under his command he was again exiled. Another of his associates, Chaerophon, was nicknamed 'The Bat' due to his thin, pale appearance. He was ridiculed by comic poets as a thief, an informer and a parasite...
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He was ridiculed by comic poets as a thief, an informer and a parasite. But perhaps the most important associates to consider are the now notorious Critias and Charmides. Such associations did not reflect well on Socrates, especially considering some were his students. This only furthered the already growing suspicion and hostility towards him...
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