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  1. 10 Reasons to Oppose the Criminalization of HIV Exposure or Transmission, Open Society Institute (2008)

    The Open Society Institute writes that “[t]his document, co-produced by OSI, provides ten reasons why criminalizing HIV exposure or transmission is generally an unjust and ineffective public policy. The push to apply criminal law to HIV exposure and trans ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 11/15/2017 5:43pm

  2. Sample Expert Statement on HIV Transmission Risk, Center for HIV Law & Policy (2009)

    To avoid a court battle, or to win a case once in court, people with HIV may need to introduce evidence or affidavits demonstrating that they pose no significant risk of transmitting HIV to others through casual contact. In these cases, it can be extremel ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 1/6/2018 9:57am

  3. Additional Recommendations to the White House Office of National AIDS Policy for the National HIV/AIDS Strategy, the Center for HIV Law and Policy, Lambda Legal, and ACLU AIDS Project (2010)

    In April 2010, the White House Office of National AIDS Policy (ONAP) released its first report, summarizing community discussions that had taken place around the country for the purpose of informing development of a National HIV/AIDS Strategy. In response ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 11/14/2017 7:54pm

  4. Letter to HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan Requesting Clarifying Guidance on Public Housing Access and Eviction Procedures for Persons With Criminal Records, National People's Action (2010)

    In this letter (released in October 2010) to Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Shaun Donovan, National People's Action and affiliate organizations that include the NYC AIDS Housing Network (NYCAHN) lay out a set of specific recommendation ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 11/14/2017 5:55pm

  5. Talking Points on Nebraska's Proposed HIV Criminalization Statute, Legislative Bill 226, The Center for HIV Law and Policy (2011)

    The Center for HIV Law and Policy and its Positive Justice Project have been closely following the proposed Legislative Bill 226 in Nebraska as well as assisting Nebraska advocates in organizing a response. The Assault with Bodily Fluids Bill would crimin ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 8/16/2017 11:14am

  6. National HIV/AIDS Strategy Imperative: Fighting Stigma and Discrimination by Repealing HIV-Specific Criminal Statutes, National Association of State and Territorial AIDS Directors (2011)

    The National Alliance of State and Territorial AIDS Directors (NASTAD), an organization that represents public health officials and administers state and territorial HIV/AIDS programs, has released a statement supporting efforts to end HIV-specific crimin ...

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

  7. Letter to PACHA regarding Inclusion of HIV Criminalization in Annual Letters, Center for HIV Law and Policy (Aug. 1, 2011)

    This letter, drafted by the Center for HIV Law and Policy and signed by many Positive Justice Project members, addresses the lack of language about HIV criminalization in the proposed letters from the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS' (PACHA ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 6/28/2017 2:01pm

  8. Letter from Rep. Barbara Lee to President Obama (Oct. 13, 2011)

    Congresswoman Barbara Lee's (D-CA) letter to President Obama calling for a renewed effort to reduce HIV transmission and expand access to care. In the letter, Congresswoman Lee made three requests; 1) for President Obama to announce a new goal of tre ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 6/28/2017 12:48pm

  9. Positive Justice Project at the USCA (2011)

    The Positive Justice Project is convening a pre-USCA session on HIV criminalization entitled, " When Sex is a Crime and Spit a Dangerous Weapon: Defending Against HIV Criminal Laws " on Wednesday, November 9, shortly before the opening sessions ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 6/28/2017 12:45pm

  10. Boyer v. Belleque, 659 F.3d 957 (9th Cir. 2011)

    The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit affirmed the denial by the U.S. District Court in Oregon of a petition for habeas corpus and found that the state court's determination that there was sufficient evidence to convict Andrew Lee Boyer of ...

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

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