Bo Bennett's site Logically Fallacious provides dialogues for arguments that Bennett considers to be legitimate fallacies and not pseudo-fallacies.
Here are two examples he provides for the Ad Hominem logical fallacy:
My opponent suggests that lowering taxes will be a good idea -- this is coming from a woman who eats a pint of Ben and Jerry’s each night!
Tony wants us to believe that the origin of life was an “accident”. Tony is a godless SOB who has spent more time in jail than in church, so the only information we should consider from him is the best way to make license plates.
Explanations are provided for the examples. Where appropriate exceptions and tips are also offered for these examples.
For the law of excluded middle see False Dilemma.
Bennett, B. "Ad Hominem (Abusive)" Retrieved on May 12, 2019 from Logically Fallacious at https://www.logicallyfallacious.com/tools/lp/Bo/LogicalFallacies/1/Ad_Hominem_Abusive