Cases

US: HIV Court Nightmare Ends For Olympian Darren Chiacchia (Press Release)

February 20, 2017

Photo by Bob Carey HIV Court Nightmare Ends For Olympian Darren Chiacchia, Ocala, FL – 2/19/17 2004 Olympic medalist, 2003 Pan American Games gold medalist, and 2004 Rolex Kentucky CCI**** victor, Darren Chiacchia of Ocala, FL and Springville, NY, has … More

[Update] Australia: Migrant living with HIV deported to Zimbabwe in case that went all the way to the High Court

HIV acrobat kicked out of country
December 12, 2016

[Update]France: Man living with HIV sentenced in his absence to 12 years in jail for alleged HIV transmission

Il avait transmis le VIH a sa compagne: absent a son proces, il est condamné douze ans ferme
December 9, 2016

[update]Zimbabwe: Complainant withdraw charges against Bulawayo man accused of alleged HIV-exposure

Prison officer withdraws charges against HIV+ lover
December 9, 2016

Zimbabwe: 39 year-old man convicted for “deliberate transmission of HIV”, despite no actual transmission, released on bail following intervention of Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights

ZLHR rescues man jailed 13 years for disputed deliberate transmission of HIV
November 24, 2016

Czech Republic: Police drop charges against all 30 gay men living with HIV following Prague Public Health Authority ‘witch hunt’

November 17, 2016

All criminal charges have been dropped against the 30 gay men living with HIV who were reported to the police by the Prague Public Health Authority earlier this year after they were diagnosed with an STI, Czech media report today. … More

Iceland: Case dropped against HIV-positive migrant accused of HIV transmission due to lack of evidence

Case Dropped Against Man With HIV
September 16, 2016

England: No verdict in trial of Somerset man with HIV accused of rape

Jury discharged in Yeovil HIV rape case
August 27, 2016

US: Arkansas HIV non-disclosure prosecution case study forms basis of critical analysis of HIV criminalisation laws

The Law of Positive Attraction
August 23, 2016

Analysis: How is Russia’s HIV-specific law being used to prosecute women living with HIV?

August 4, 2016

(For Russian version, please, scroll down) At the beginning of 2016, a military officer from Moscow discovered that he was HIV-positive during routine testing. Later, his wife Natalia, who had tested positive for HIV several years ago, admitted that she had been … More

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