A person living with HIV tells the story of his wrongful HIV conviction.
Details Louis Gay’s experience of HIV criminalisation on the day charges against him were dropped.
Reports interview with Cynthia Fromstein, a Toronto-based criminal lawyer with experience as a defense lawyer in cases regarding HIV non-disclosure. Discusses her experience with laws around HIV disclosure.
Detailed information and analyses of HIV-specific legislation in seven Central and West African countries from a human rights perspective. Provides commentary on N’Djamena model legislation on HIV/AIDS (2004).
US physician, Dr Wendy Armstrong’s, first person account of the prosecution of one of her patients is a rare published work about HIV criminalization by a practicing HIV medical practitioner. The article walks the reader through Dr Armstrong’s experience as she is forced to testify against a patient in HIV criminalization proceedings.