US: Excellent interview/podcast on criminal law and HIV exposure/transmission

This was published on The Body in October 2007, but I only came across this excellent interview today.

It is with Catherine Hanssens, executive director of the (US) Center for HIV Law and Policy, the first nationwide legal resource and strategy center for people with HIV and their advocates, and provides an excellent (and wonderfully cynical) overview of the state of play regarding criminal prosecutions for HIV exposure and transmission in the United States.

Read the full interview, ‘Sex, privacy and the law when you’re HIV-positive’, at, here.

Listen to the audio podcast here.