If my partner give me hiv ,can i press charges?

if you are younger than the person you are dating an they dont tell you that they are infected can you press charges on that party?
If you agreed to have sex, then it is your glitch. Depending on the laws in your state, you may or may not know how to press charges. I'm not sure if there are Federal laws related to this issue.
I wrote a daily about this last semester. California have the "Willful Exposure Law" in which it's considered a felony and you can get up to 8 years within prison. The rules for that are:
1. Having sex
2. Know that you are HIV positive
3. Not telling your partner you are HIV positive
4. Not using a condom
5. Having the specific intent to infect the other person

Usually they get hold of off because how do you prove "specific intent"? However, The AIDS Policy Center in Washington, D.C., reports that 27 other states hold established criminal penalties for knowingly transmitting or exposing another party to HIV. If you want to press charges you need to contact a lawyer and find out what the imperative specifies in your state.
You cant press charges for have sex. In all honesty you have be more careful and used a comdom. yes

if he knew and didnt make clear to you or use protection

but if he didnt no or you knew and did it anyway then no
Most likely because the problem wouldn't of be such a HUGE HUGE HUGE thing by having to press charges on them.
There's better ways out and they should've told you.
You own to know what you have!
You have the right to know what's contained by your body.
It's not like it was their criticize to give you hiv unless if they did it on purpose which i believe that they most potential would not give u hiv just because, but any way they should've told you.



Now if you DIDNT get hiv but your partner does and they didn't make clear to you, its the same situation with have the person to tell you that they hold HIV.
The person would put you at risk for HIV.
There are better chances of getting HIV beside having sex with an HIV personage than having a person who is features of new to sex and does not have HIV.

hope this help!
Not all states enjoy laws in place for HIV. For the States that do own laws in place it may be a felony if you do not disclose your HIV status to a sexual partner. You can merely charge the person if they knew that they be infected before having any sexual contact beside you. You say you are younger, but not how much younger. Most likely because the problem wouldn't of be such a HUGE HUGE HUGE thing by having to press charges on them.
There's better ways out and they should've told you.
You own to know what you have!
You have the right to know what's contained by your body.
It's not like it was their criticize to give you hiv unless if they did it on purpose which i believe that they most potential would not give u hiv just because, but any way they should've told you.



Now if you DIDNT get hiv but your partner does and they didn't make clear to you, its the same situation with have the person to tell you that they hold HIV.
The person would put you at risk for HIV.
There are better chances of getting HIV beside having sex with an HIV personage than having a person who is features of new to sex and does not have HIV.

hope this help!
YES, It's unlawful and actually considered murder.They will go to incarcerate and do serious time. If they had sex with you and the know they had HIV/AIDS, and the department of health know, YES
That would mean they knowingly passed a disease that can not be cured and with the sole purpose result is death on to someone else who is unaware. it's resembling giving someone a death sentence.


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Yes, they can be charged next to murder in some cases. Assuming that they knew before-hand that they be infected. Yes, I would. Thats sad, I hope that didn't really happen to you. People that do things such as that really deserve to die.
Some states have law in place that make it possible to press charges, but not every state. Not merely that, but I imagine it would be a very difficult piece to prove. It's pretty much your word against the other persons. He could say he didn't know or that he did, contained by fact, tell you.
Not that I know of. Technically, you're held just as liable for contracting the disease. You didn't take the time to ask or protect yourself so he didn't hold to tell you. Its morally wrong to keep that species of thing away from your partner but you have to be responsible for your travels as well. You only enjoy one body. Sex isn't worth your life. Every partner I have have has sat contained by the clinic with me b4 we got physical. If a man refuse to get checked with me, he's not worth it!

**If your partner contained by fact knew he have the disease before he had sex next to you, he can be charged with Wanton Endangerment in some states.

Good luck.
No, people would only just think it was your mistake for trusting them in the first place. It would just probably backfire in vain.

Being younger doesn't count either, unless you're contained by 18 and they were way elder.
you can not press charges just because two people own sex, and the parter gives you the disease not knowing they had it. but you can if that creature did it on purpose. They can be charged with murder if they give you the infection on purpose, because you can die from HIV. Some states have law in place that make it possible to press charges, but not every state. Not merely that, but I imagine it would be a very difficult piece to prove. It's pretty much your word against the other persons. He could say he didn't know or that he did, contained by fact, tell you.
Depending on the laws in your state, you may or may not know how to press charges. I'm not sure if there are Federal laws related to this issue.
if you are underneath the legal age then yes, u can press charges such as statutory rape, but you cant charge him for giving you HIV because he could basically lie and say he didnt know he have it or that u gave it to him. No, people would only just think it was your mistake for trusting them in the first place. It would just probably backfire in vain.

Being younger doesn't count either, unless you're contained by 18 and they were way elder.
Yes, I would. Thats sad, I hope that didn't really happen to you. People that do things such as that really deserve to die.
Answers:    Yes but only if you can prove he or she was aware of have it before hand.
yes

if he knew and didnt make clear to you or use protection

but if he didnt no or you knew and did it anyway then no
Yes, they could obtain the death penalty. if they know than yes