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Hi everyone !
So i got this question and i was wondering if you could help me with it, need some critical evaluation on both sides. Tell me what you think guys ! Thanks ! The question is :
''Imagine a case where the Defendant has told their partner that they have HIV and, in that knowledge, the partner has freely consented to have intercourse with the Defendant, and unfortunately been infected with HIV? In the light of public policy considerations critically evaluate to what extent should the law allow someone to consent to "running the risk of infection" of a serious STD?''
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look up r v dica
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Why would anyone want to be ill? Mentally ill people who want to be ill or people who are mentally ******ed who can't think beyond next week might well be thick enough to undertake this reckless behaviour without any instinct for self-preservation.

Euphanasia isn't legal yet, you might not have thought of that.
Who pays for this HIV patient's hospital care? It's the taxpayer.
How much does it cost? You do the research, search for care costs during HIV for the first 10 years, then as it progresses to AIDS, how much does that cost per annum?
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