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  1. Do Criminal Laws Influence HIV Risk Behavior? An Empirical Trial. Scott Burris et al., Arizona State Law Journal (2007)

    This study sought to determine whether the presence of HIV-specific criminal laws influenced sexual behaviors that pose a risk of HIV transmission and found no evidence that they did. The study examined Illinois and New York because they exhibit contrasti ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 6/28/2017 2:07pm

  2. The use of phylogenetic analysis as evidence in criminal investigation of HIV transmission, Edwin J Bernard and Yusef Azad et al., HIV Forensics (2007)

    This briefing paper is an introduction to complex scientific and social issues surrounding using scientific analysis of HIV strands in criminal prosecutions. This type of analysis is sometimes suggested as a way to support criminal convictions for HIV tra ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 5/8/2013 1:46pm

  3. People v. Odom, 276 Mich. App. 407, 740 N.W. 2d 557 (2007)

    In 2004, an HIV positive inmate in Michigan was convicted on three counts of assault when he allegedly punched and spat on correctional officers during an altercation. Because he was bleeding from the mouth during the assault, A.O.'s spitting led to ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 5/8/2013 1:46pm