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Assign To give, to transfer responsibility, to another. An assignee is the person who receives the right or property being given and the assignor is the person giving.
Assignee A person, to whom some right or property is assigned by another.
Assignment A written contract for transfer of one's title, right or property to another.
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In the last 10 years (1999 through 2008), male person offense case rates decreased for youth ages 10–12 (26%) and youth ages 13–15 (6%) and increased for 16-yearolds (3%) and 17-year-olds (1%).
National Center for Juvenile Justice
Law enforcement agencies referred 93% of drug law violation cases, 92% of property offense cases, 88% of person offense cases, and 64% of public order offense cases in 2008.
National Center for Juvenile Justice
During the same period, female person offense case rates followed a similar pattern as males. However, compared with male rates, female rates declined less for youth ages 10–12 (21%) and ages 13–15 (3%) and increased more for 16-year-olds (18%) and 17-year-olds (17%).
National Center for Juvenile Justice
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