The political struggle is an essential element of every era and every state. An example of such a struggle is the trial against Catiline, which took place in 63 BC. Cicero who had the consul’s office this year was Catiline’s main accuser before the Roman Senate. Cicero led to the adoption of senatus consultum ultimum, by power of which the conspirators led by Catiline were killed. On this occasion, the famous Roman orator delivered four speeches in the Senate. Despite his victory, Cicero was sentenced to exile in 58 BC. He left for Greece, where he spent several months. However, he has never returned to high-level politics.