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I am sorry to hear about this. This situation depends highly on what state/jurisdiction this is in - can you please tell me what state this is in?
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See HERE. It may be a criminal matter if an STD was passed on to a person when the person has not disclosed the infection prior to the conduct. However, the key is that the STD was not disclosed. If it was, then the statute does not apply. It would be your word against his if he decides to file a criminal complaint, about whether or not the STD was disclosed prior to sexual activity.
See HERE. An individual may be used for transmitting an STD. However again, this all depends on whether or not the STD was DISCLOSED prior to the sexual activity being initiated.
In both cases, if it can be shown that the STD was disclosed and the other person passed on protection, then both criminal and civil matters would likely fail.
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