Panel Reduces Charge for Infecting Another With HIV

, New York Law Journal

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A man who infected a person with the HIV virus cannot be charged with reckless endangerment as a depraved indifference offense because while the defendant cared "much too little" about the victim's safety, the evidence cannot support a finding that he didn't care at all, a Fourth Department panel has held.

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Originally appeared in print as Panel Rejects 'Reckless' Charge for Infecting Another With HIV

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