Rape conviction reversed due to prejudicial testimony.

  • Published 1998 in AIDS policy & law

Abstract

The Virginia Court of Appeals reversed a trial court's rape conviction of [name removed]. The Court of Appeals found that the defendant had been denied an opportunity during his trial to rebut testimony that he was HIV-positive. The appeals court also ruled that the prosecution failed to comply with the rules regarding a taped conversation between the… (More)

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