Some people have been prosecuted for transmitting HIV in the UK.
What law is used to prosecute people for HIV transmission?
Prosecutions for these offences are very rare, but there are an increasing number of allegations and investigations.
Most allegations never reach court, especially where there are clear guidelines for police and the prosecution service.
People often make assumptions about who infected them with HIV or an STI, which may turn out to be wrong.
What do I do if someone accuses me of HIV transmission?
What should I do if I want to make a complaint about someone infecting me?
If you are caught up in these investigations as a witness, it is important to be sure that you are comfortable with this.
Articles, blogs and essays on the issue of prosecutions for transmission of HIV and other STIs.
Various people talk about their experiences of living with HIV.
CAB - Citizens Advice Bureau
HIV Drug Interactions
George House Trust
Equality and Human Rights Commission
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