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By Ave Mince-Didier. People who know that they are infected with any sexually transmitted diseases and expose other people can also be charged with assault. While some states specifically criminalize the transmission of sexually transmitted diseases STDsNorth Carolina does not. Instead, North Carolina law requires that anyone who has human immunodeficiency virus HIVthe virus that causes acquired immune deficiency syndrome AIDS to comply with certain regulations intended to control the spread of the disease.

Additionally, anyone who knows that he or she is infected with HIV or another STD such as gonorrhea, Chlamydia, herpes, syphilis, or hepatitis, and exposes another person could potentially be charged with assault. A person who knows that he or she is infected with HIV or another STD and intentionally exposes another person to the disease may also be charged under North Carolina's assault statutes.

In North Carolina, a person commits the crime of assault by physically injuring another. Assaults that are committed with a deadly weapon are felonies if the defendant causes serious injury or intends to kill. Any injury that requires medical attention could be considered serious injury.

Any object or substance that could be used to kill someone, including a virus or bacteria, can be a deadly weapon in North Carolina. For example, a person who knows that he or she is infected with HIV and bites another person or sexually assaults another person may be charged with assault with a deadly weapon.

Additionally, a person who knows that he or she is suffering from syphilis and exposes another person through unprotected sex could possibly be charged with assault. If a person knows that he or she is infected with HIV or another STD that could cause death and exposes another through sexual assault, unprotected sex, or biting in order to intentionally infect the victim Sex partner in North carolina the disease, the person could also conceivably be charged with attempted murder.

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The defendant cannot be released prior to the completion of the person's term of imprisonment until a judge has decided that the defendant does not pose a danger to public health. Assault is punishable by up to 60 days in jail and a fine. Assault with a deadly weapon is punishable by 15 to 98 months' imprisonment.

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Attempted murder is punishable by 44 to months' imprisonment. Exposing another person to an STD in North Carolina can have serious consequences, including time in prison or in a state hospital. An attorney will be able to navigate the criminal justice system and obtain the best possible outcome in your case, which might include a dismissal, acquittal, reduction in charges, or lesser sentence than the maximum allowed by law.

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Market Your Law Firm. Lawyer Directory. Call us at 1 Issue: search. Sexually Transmitted Diseases While some states specifically criminalize the transmission of sexually transmitted diseases STDsNorth Carolina does not. Code 41A. Assault A person who knows that he or she is infected with HIV or another STD and intentionally exposes another person to the disease may also be charged under North Carolina's assault statutes. Attempted Murder If a person knows that he or she is infected with HIV or another STD that could cause death and exposes another through sexual assault, unprotected sex, or biting in order to intentionally infect the victim with the disease, the person could also conceivably be charged with attempted murder.

Getting Legal Advice and Representation Exposing another person to an STD in North Carolina can have serious consequences, including time in prison or in a state hospital. Talk to a Lawyer Need a lawyer? Start here.

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