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R v Dica (2004)
R v Dica (2004)

Two women had a relationship with the defendant and had unprotected sex. They became infected with HIV. The defendant knew he was HIV positive but did not tell the two women this fact. The women claimed that if they had known they would never have unprotected sex. The judge did not allow the issue of consent to be told to the jury. The court of Appeal quashed the conviction but a retrial was ordered.

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