Who when they had examined me
About the things laid to his charge, had heard what his accusers had to object to him, and the defence he made for himself:
would have let [me] go;
released him from his bonds, and set him at liberty to go where he pleased:
because there was no cause of death in me;
no crime proved upon him, which was worthy of death; and this was the sense of Lysias the chief captain, and of Felix and Festus the Roman governors, and of King Agrippa.