CINCINNATI — By Tuesday afternoon, a jury will be considering the case of a man accused of having sex without telling his partners he had tested HIV-positive. Closing arguments began just before 10 a.m. Tuesday in the trial of Andre Davis, and ended a little over an hour later.
Davis, 29, is facing 15 charges of felonious assault. He’s accused of violating a section of the law that requires people who have tested positive for HIV to inform sex partners.
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