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  1. Enforcement of HIV Criminal Laws in Virginia, The Williams Institute, UCLA School of Law (2021)

    This report by The Williams Institute, UCLA School of Law, presents data from research on those alleged to have committed HIV-related crimes in Virginia. The data looks at arrests, prosecutions and convictions from 2001 through 2021. This is the latest in ...

    admin - 12/21/2021 10:19am

  2. Report of the Sex Offender Policy Task Force, National Association Of Criminal Defense Lawyers (2007)

    NACDL's report lays out the rational for opposing all types of unique penalties and punishments imposed, in additional to a prison sentence, on persons convicted of a sex offense. ...

    admin - 9/30/2021 5:23pm

  3. The Criminalization of HIV and Hepatitis B and C in Missouri, The Williams Institute, UCLA School of Law (2020)

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    admin - 9/9/2021 3:53pm

  4. The Grapevine: A Southern Trans Report: Prioritizing Issues Impacting Transgender, Gender Nonbinary, and Gender Nonconforming Southerners, Transgender Law Center and Southerners on New Ground (SONG) (2019)

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    admin - 11/15/2020 11:22am

  5. Living at Risk: Transgender Women, HIV, and Human Rights in South Florida, Human Rights Watch (2018)

    Transgender women face myriad barriers to accessing the services and health care that they need, this Human Rights Watch study from South Florida demonstrates. While the findings are not novel, data documenting the issues is very useful for advocacy. ...

    admin - 3/9/2020 5:40pm

  6. An Overdose Death Is Not Murder: Why Drug-Induced Homicide Laws Are Counterproductive and Inhumane, Drug Policy Alliance (2017)

    This report from the Drug Policy Alliance offers a snapshot of drug-induced homicide laws and prosecutions in 2017. These are laws that punish people who sold or shared drugs that resulted in a fatal overdose with penalties equal to those for murder.  The ...

    admin - 1/10/2019 3:47pm

  7. HIV Criminalization In Florida: Penal Implications for People Living with HIV/AIDS, Amira Hasenbush, The Williams Institute, UCLA School of Law (2018)

    Florida criminalizes people living with HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) in the contexts of sex work, nonconsensual sex offenses, donation of blood and other bodily products, and consensual sex without disclosure. The purpose of this stu ...

    admin - 11/24/2019 12:24pm

  8. HIV Prevention in the United States: Federal Investments are Saving Lives and Strengthening Communities, Jeffrey S. Crowley & Sean E. Bland, O'Neill Institute (2018)

    This issue brief from the O’Neill Institute offers a snapshot of the epidemic in 2018, including what is known about effective prevention and the communities that continue to experience a disproportionate level of harm from HIV. It outlines concrete actio ...

    admin - 7/19/2019 3:37pm

  9. The Final Report of the Georgia House Study Committee on Georgians’ Barriers to Access to Adequate Health Care (2017)

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    admin - 8/16/2019 4:59pm

  10. HIV Criminalization in Georgia: Penal Implications for People Living with HIV/AIDS, Amira Hasenbush, The Williams Institute, UCLA School of Law (2018)

    There are numerous striking findings in the Williams Institute report on HIV criminalization in Georgia. White women, who make up 3% of PLHIV in Georgia, represented 11% of HIV-related arrests. Yet—perhaps because of disparate HIV rates among black people ...

    admin - 2/6/2019 9:19pm

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