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HIV Criminalization: Know Your Rights

January 4, 2018

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    HIV criminalization laws undermine the public's health.
  11. Some examples of state HIV laws that recognize being adherent to treatment as an affirmative defense include Idaho section 39-608, California health & safety code § 120290 (b), (e)(3) (2018)
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  13. Some examples of state criminal codes that specifically punish exposing law enforcement to bodily fluids include Montana section 45-5-214, New Jersey section 2C:12-13, Minnesota section 609.2231, and California section 243.9.
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  34. "For those charged with a crime." The National Clearinghouse for the Defense of Battered Women, www.ncdbw.org
  35. "The Intersection of Sex Work and HIV Criminalization an Advocate's Toolkit." See p. 3
  36. Baskin, Sienna, et al. "Criminal Laws On Sex Work and HIV Transmission: Mapping the Laws, Considering the Consequences."  Denver Law Review, pp. 355-388.
  37. "Criminal Laws on Sex Work and HIV Transmission: Mapping the Laws, Considering the Consequences."

[Note from TheBody.com: This article was originally published by PWN-USA in Dec., 2017. We have cross-posted it with their permission.]

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