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No HIV-specific criminal statute, prosecutions have taken place under general law, notably reckless endagerment.
Wis. Stat. § 941.30 (2)
Second-degree recklessly endangering safety.
Whoever recklessly endangers another's safety is guilty of a Class G felony.
Wis. Stat. § 973.017
When making a sentencing decision concerning a person convicted of a serious sex crime, the court shall consider as an aggravating factor the fact that the crime was committed under all of the following circumstances: (1) the person being sentenced had HIV, (2) he or she knew he or she had HIV, and (3) the victim of the crime was significantly exposed to HIV by the acts constituting the serious sex crime. (“Significantly exposed” is defined in the statute.)
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