In an apparent case of first impression, the Superior Court has ruled that HIV-positive Pennsylvanians accused of not telling their consensual sexual partners they have the virus can be charged with reckless endangerment.
In the past, according to attorneys involved in Commonwealth v. Cordoba, Pennsylvania laws have guided local prosecutors toward charging only HIV-positive prostitutes and prison guards over sexual liaisons with non-infected partners.
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