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CHLP Files Amicus Brief Supporting Review of Nushawn Williams' Civil Commitment
Indiana Man’s Trial Postponed Due to Concerns about Fairness
Judge rules that trial should be delayed to give defense counsel adequate time to prepare and defendant released from custody.
Fulton County (GA) Task Force on HIV/AIDS Announces New Phase in Strategy to End AIDS
The strategy to end AIDS in Fulton County includes policy initiatives developed by people living with HIV, health care providers, community advocates and public health officials.
Colorado Activists Celebrate Modernization of HIV Criminal Laws
Decades-old criminal laws modernized to reflect modern science on the routes, risks and realities of HIV transmission.
National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL) passes resolution calling for an end to HIV criminal laws and prosecutions
National Association cites HIV-related laws as examples of flawed criminal justice policy.