harshen


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Dershowitz, supra note 5, at 90 (arguing that acceptance of black rage would lead racists to demand longer sentences and harshen police intrusion against blacks).
57) Thus, this does not seem to be a practical way to harshen a state's entire criminal code, and one should not exaggerate the concerns arising from it.
might drive local communities to gradually harshen their criminal
I have been going back and forth between Mexico and the States for almost 15 years now, and this was such an important part of California's history," Luna's gentle voice harshens with indignation.
more vicious, and impossible to domesticate; the weather harshens to