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By Richard Haigh

ISBN-10: 0203992644

ISBN-13: 9780203992647

ISBN-10: 0415096995

ISBN-13: 9780415096997

ISBN-10: 0415115116

ISBN-13: 9780415115117

Completely revised and up-to-date variation of the 1st consultant to the criminal elements of AIDS. Written through skilled attorneys for The Terrence Higgins belief. Covers assurance, housing employment, young ones, immigration, legal legislations.

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Moore [1990] 12 CrAppR(S) 384 was a case in which the appellant pleaded guilty to two counts of burglary and asked for three other offences to be taken into consideration. The burglaries were carefully planned attacks on substantial houses and involved the theft of property worth over £40,000. The appellant had been diagnosed in 1986 as HIV-infected and the lower court apparently found that there was a likelihood that he would develop AIDS within about two years. The Court of Appeal accepted that his treatment would be more difficult in prison, but Lord Lane CJ ruled as follows: We…are asked in this case to mitigate the penalty of five years’ imprisonment imposed upon the appellant because this man is HIV infected and it is suggested, but not based upon any medical evidence apart from second hand evidence via the defendant himself, that his life expectancy may thereby be diminished.

Again, from a practical point of view it is also difficult to envisage who the complainant to found a prosecution might be. Understandably, outreach workers who liaise with male and female prostitutes may be involved in the provision of condoms to their clients. Whilst it is extremely difficult to AIDS: A Guide to the law 34 envisage the distribution of condoms as placing the outreach worker at any practical risk of investigation or prosecution for a criminal offence, the carrying of condoms by male or female prostitutes can increase the risk of prosecution for them.

V. Calder and Boyars ([1969] 1 QB 151) (the prosecution of The Last Exit to Brooklyn), the of Appeal added the requirement that a ‘significant proportion’ of the likely readership would tend to be corrupted. This requirement was imposed to protect the publisher from speculation by a jury as to the possible adverse effect of an article on a young person who might just happen to see it. Targeting safer sex information is, again, therefore advisable. The ‘significant proportion’ test does not, however, require the prosecution to prove that a majority, or substantial number of readers or viewers, would be adversely affected.

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