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Now, a growing national movement wants to rethink those laws, which many argue are outdated.There is little support for decriminalizing heinous violations in which predatory offenders willfully place others at risk, like in the Dexter case.
Advocates saw it as an opportunity to bring other changes to the table, which were approved by the Legislature in 2012.“The law no longer can be used (to prosecute) oral sex.
But his lifetime listing on the sex offender registry remains in place.
The Rhoades case was highlighted over and over to show why the laws should be changed to offer lesser charges for those who can show there was not intent to expose or transmit HIV.
Determining where to draw the line has states wrestling with tough questions.
If a person who is HIV-positive is taking medication that reduces his viral load to a level that doctors refer to as undetectable, and he uses a condom during sex, should that be a felony?
"This is really a pretty nice little town," said Mills. Forbes, [email protected], Mo., police detective Cory Mills said that truck drivers passing through town would make arrangements on a website to meet with David Mangum late at night at this public restroom in West Park in Dexter, Mo. He said the city is doing a lot to improve its image. Dexter police detective Cory Mills said he had no idea there was gay activity going on late at night in Dexter, with David Mangum meeting and having sex with many partners, until Mangum's boyfriend came forward to say that Mangum had infected him with HIV. Resident Rex Gourley, 76, said this park is one of the places where men go to meet other men late at night. Forbes, [email protected] police detective Cory Mills drives through Stoddard County on Wednesday, April 23, 2014. A month earlier, the ex-boyfriend had gotten bad news from the county health department — he was HIV-positive.