Friday, October 5, 2012

HIV cases

"Specifically, today's decisions said that in order to obtain a conviction for aggravated sexual assault, the Crown must show that an accused person failed to disclose his or her HIV status despite there being "a realistic possibility" of transmission.

It replaces a previous legal standard that required the Crown to show lack of disclosure in a situation involving "a significant risk of bodily harm.""

1 comment:

Jeff said...

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