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Molecular surveillance can detect emerging HIV outbreaks and tailor prevention. It can also criminalize people just for having HIV.
Under Georgia’s updated law, people living with HIV will no longer face a felony charge simply for not disclosing their status before sex.
How you can join the effort to confront unjust HIV crime laws, protect marginalized communities and end mass incarceration
The training would include accurate information for people affected by HIV of all genders, sexualities and races to gain patients’ trust.
HIV criminalization experts convened attorneys and stakeholders to propose public health guidelines.
Released 25 years early, Michael Johnson made national headlines for a trial that raised issues of racism, homophobia and HIV disclosure.
Michael Johnson sentenced for infecting one man with HIV and putting four others at risk. Activists call the sentencing ’barbaric.’
The National Alliance of State and Territorial AIDS Directors and the HIV Law Project on June 28 filed a joint friend-of-the-court brief...
David Plunkett, the New York man convicted of HIV-related aggravated assault, has been resentenced, and he will be released from prison...
HIV groups and public health experts are opposing the severe criminal charges brought against an HIV-positive Missouri man for allegedly bitin...
The Center for HIV Law and Policy (CHLP) has released the first set of standards created to ensure that sexual health care is included in basi...
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