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The term "persuaded with some Benjamins" refers to bribery. If someone was "persuaded with some Bejamins" he or she accepted a bribe.
Jack: "Remember that robbery I botched last month?"

Sam: "Yeah. Did the Judge throw the book at you?"

Jack: "No. The judge was easily "persuaded with some

Benjamins." I just got a slap on the wrist."

Sam: "Wow, that's the Criminal Justice System at its finest..."

Moral of the story: A judge was "persuaded with some Benjamins" to give the defendant a lighter sentence.
by Alias1989 October 27, 2011
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