NEW TWISTS IN OHIO HIV CASE EXPECTED

November 19, 2011

19 Nov | Cincinnati, OH – When police arrested Andre Davis for exposing several women to the virus that causes AIDS, the story spread fast.   By month’s end, 12 women claimed that Davis had sex with them – and fathered at least two children.  The trial began last week in what may become OMSJ’s most controversial case.  Despite a lab report, testimony of nine ex-girlfriends and a recorded confession, attorneys Greg Cohen and Baron Coleman have insisted that their client did not expose twelve women to the virus that causes AIDS. 

The final day of testimony begins at 10:30am (Eastern).  WLTW will continue their interactive Live Wire Coverage of the trial. 

Girlfriend Alex Uehlein tells her story

Jury Selected – Opening Statements

Baron Coleman joins case - Davis may not be infected

Distraught ex-girlfriends, social worker and lab manager testify

Police play Davis’ admission

More ex-girlfriends testify

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