Socrates really wrote nothing, his manner and philosophy are subjected to the arguments conflicting accounts. The historical problem of Socrates is what he left out in these notes. The presentation of Socrates that is described by Plato is assumed, because of Aristotoles testimonies.
Socrates concerned himself with "the excellences of character" and in that attempt to find the real nature of things in ethical terms. Their were specific charges brought against Socrates, one was impiety. Not only did he not believe in the gods he teaches people to place disbelief in them , which is in the play "clouds". He starts by corrupting the youth he places the spirit of criticism in their hearts. Socrates attracted plenty of attention from wealthy young men in Athens. As he would witnessed people (citizens) the marketplace. It's quite possible he occasionally accepted some support from them. In his observation of statesmen, poets, and artisans, he reveals that they do not know "what they claim to know". In any case, by his questioning of authority, he had an effect on the young.
Second is he is a "wrong doer". he engages in the thought about the heaven and things beneath it like the earth perhaps. This charge of disbelief in the gods, if Socrates seeks natural explanations for astronomical and geological human life rather than belief towards the natural events to the gods. Early in his life Socrates apparently was interested in science; later in life Socrates started to lean his work more to ethical and epistemological inquiry. So within studying that he taught worksmen the reason between them being stronger in a sense, how the gods contradict themselves daily.