It is true of me, that my husband's terrible warning--all the more terrible in its mystery and its vagueness--produced no deterrent effect
on my mind: it only stimulated my resolution to discover what he was hiding from me.
Most small creatures were afraid of that snarl, but it had no deterrent effect
on Jerry, who continued his steady stalking.
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of house demolitions has neve proven.
Spearheaded by Court of Appeal judge Sir Christopher Clarke, the report said: "We have received submissions that the level of fines is too low and should be much higher in some cases in relation to auditors, if auditors are to be held to account and fines are to have any real deterrent effect
"Fines in single figure millions were only a small fraction of the revenues of members of the Big Four, which dwarf those of other firms; and there was a real danger that fines at this level would be regarded as no more than a cost of doing business and have little deterrent effect
In the report Judge Geraint Walters was quoted as saying the amount claimed was "staggering" and that it was wholly appropriate for a judge to consider the deterrent effect
of the sentence.
The deterrent effect
of DUI checkpoints is a proven resource in reducing the number of persons killed and injured in alcohol or drug involved crashes.
We are confident that Iran's missile power has a deterrent effect
and if enemies of the (Islamic) Revolution carry out an act of stupidity, the Iranian nation will slap in their face," he added.
The Federal Civil Penalties Inflation Adjustment, which was enacted in 1990 and amended in 1996 by the Debt Collection Improvement Act (collectively prior Inflation Act), was intended to ensure penalties were properly adjusted to maintain their deterrent effect
Secondly, these cameras would have a deterrent effect
on the public as well as the traffic staff by holding both of them accountable.
Criminologists, law specialists, and others mainly from Israel discuss hot-spots policing (focusing on Tel Aviv-Jaffa), the deterrent effect
of vehicle impoundment on subjective perceptions and actual driving behavior, traffic police enforcement planning, and the effect of the organizational structure of the criminal justice system on crime control; the views of Jews and Arabs toward the police, the attitudes of crime victims, and police legitimacy in the eyes of the public; the effect of terrorism threats on police performance, media coverage during high terrorism threats in the Second Intifada period, views of the Arab minority on policing terrorism, how police understand their counterterrorism role, and recent research on policing terrorism and police-community relations.
Five-time world champion O'Sullivan, 39, insists the example made of Lee has had the deterrent effect
sought by the authorities.
THE GENERAL DETERRENT EFFECT
OF PUNITIVE DAMAGES WHEN THE TORTFEASOR HAS DIED