Here we have the best Deter Quotes from famous authors such as Marvin Ammori, Robert C. O’Brien, Nina Tassler, Raymond Bonner, Jane Hawking. Find the perfect quotation from our collection.
One goal of law – as we learn in law school from the first day of contracts – is to deter bad behavior.
I came to understand and observe that we’re all going to face obstacles. We’re going to have challenges. We’re going to fail. We’re going to have success. But all of it is going to ultimately be character-building. And it’s not going to deter us from wanting to achieve, to strive, and be successful.
There are no accomplished golf tour operators in Indonesia, so a golf holiday there is a do-it-yourself operation. But don’t let that deter you.
This means that the only function of nuclear weapons, while they exist, is to deter a nuclear attack.
As an early advocate for neighborhood policing, I’ve been heartened to see the tangible impact of police officers spending less time in their station houses and more time on our street corners, developing collaborative relationships with residents and businesses that help us fight and deter crime.
Iraq‘s search for weapons of mass destruction has proven impossible to deter and we should assume that it will continue for as long as Saddam is in power.
I had an amazing childhood and always loved to sing and dance, but there were moments where I had ups and downs with my health that often tested me as it does many people. I’ve never hidden the fact that my health was sometimes not on my side, but I’ve never let it define me or deter me from my dreams.
Any legitimate system of criminal justice must first concern itself with justice. If just punishments also deter, rehabilitate, or protect, all the better.
In public life, differences should not deter us from acknowledging the good work done by others whom we may not agree with.
Nothing will deter crime but the certainty of punishment.
Difficulty does not deter me. In fact, I find challenges exciting.
After the separation of children from families seeking to join the United States was embraced as the official policy of our government, we should ask ourselves what story we will tell. President Trump‘s story is one of cruelty – that we may do something unfathomable to deter families from coming to America.