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  1. 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

  2. Living With HIV, Global Network of People Living With HIV (GNP+) (2010)

    This document from the Global Network of People Living With HIV (GNP+) is designed to give an overview of the impact of the HIV epidemic from the perspective of HIV positive individuals. It analyses various factors that had an effect—either positive or ne ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 6/28/2017 2:18pm

  3. Report of the Special Rapporteur on the Right of Everyone to the Enjoyment of the Highest Attainable Standard of Physical and Mental Health, Anand Grover, Human Rights Council, Fourteenth Session, Agenda Item 3, U.N. Doc. A/HRC/14/20 (Apr. 20, 2010)

    This report, submitted to the Human Rights Council by the Special Rapporteur on the right of everyone to the enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health, examines the relationship between the UN recognized right to the highe ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 6/28/2017 2:12pm

  4. Conflicting Messages: How Criminal HIV Disclosure Laws Undermine Public Health Efforts to Control the Spread of HIV, C. Galletly and S.D. Pinkerton, AIDS Behavior (2006)

    This summary is taken in part from the article abstract. As structural interventions aimed at reducing new HIV infections, HIV-related criminal laws ideally would complement the HIV prevention efforts of public health professionals. The authors here concl ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 6/28/2017 2:09pm

  5. 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

  6. Transmission Routes, Viral Loads and Relative Risks: The Science of HIV for Lawyers and Advocates, Center for HIV Law and Policy (2011)

    This document summarizes key scientific sources and selected quotations on the nature of HIV in ways that are accessible and useful for legal briefs and other advocacy work. The publication includes sections on HIV as a chronic disease, HIV as an impairme ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 6/28/2017 2:04pm

  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. H.R. 3053, REPEAL HIV Discrimination Act, U.S. Congresswoman Barbara Lee (Sept. 2011)

    This is H.R. 3053, the REPEAL HIV Discrimination Act, introduced by U.S. Congresswoman Barbara Lee on September 23, 2011. It would require a review of all federal and state laws, policies, and regulations regarding the criminal prosecution of individuals ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 6/28/2017 1:58pm

  9. HIV Criminalization: Are You At Risk?, Palm Card, Positive Justice Project (2011)

    This palm card, published by the Positive Justice Project, provides information about HIV criminalization, ways to protect oneself from arrest, and what to do if one is arrested.  If you would like to receive the printed palm cards for distribution to you ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 10/23/2013 4:53pm

  10. Carmona v. Connelly, 2011 WL 2748694 (S.D.N.Y. July 13, 2011)

    This opinion denies a writ of habeas corpus for Jose Carmona, who was previously convicted of reckless endangerment and disorderly conduct after he spit at a police officer during a DWI-related altercation and allegedly stated that he had AIDS and that th ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 1/29/2014 4:05pm

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