You are wrong, and always have been wrong. I'm a man, no worse than any man. You are free, and there are no conditions. No bargains or petitions. There's nothing that I blame you for. You've done your duty, nothing more.
Valjean then gives Javert his home address and expects to see him again. He does, but not at his home, as shortly after their next (and final) encounter, Javert commits suicide by jumping into the Seine.
In Act V, Scene III of King Lear, Edmund, the bastard Earl of Gloucester, duels with his half-brother Edgar, disguised as a knight, and loses the battle. Goneril's plot to destroy the Duke of Albany, with help from Edmund, is revealed in a letter and Albany has this to say to Goneril:
Goneril: This is mere practice, Gloucester. By the law of arms thou wast not bound to answer an unknown opposite. Thou art not vanquished, but cozened and beguiled.
Albany: Shut your mouth, dame, or with this paper shall I stop it. [to Edmund] Hold, sir.
Albany [to Goneril]: Thou worse than any name, read thine own evil. No tearing, lady! I perceive you know it.
Goneril: Say if I do— the laws are mine, not thine. Who can arraign me for it?
Albany: Most monstrous! O! Knowest thou this paper?
Goneril: Ask me not what I know.
Albany: Go after her, she's desperate, govern her.