baratriam committit qui propter pecuniam justitiam baractat

/bareytriyam kamitat kway proptar pak(y)uwniyam jastishiyam baraktat/
He is guilty of barratry who for money sells justice. (This maxim, however, is one pertaining more to the meaning of "barratry" as used in Scotch law than to its common-law meaning.)

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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