A Minnesota man accused of not telling a sexual partner he was HIV-positive has entered a plea to a reduced charge. Twenty-five-year-old Aaron Dahlberg was to go to trial Tuesday for criminal transmission of H-I-V, but he instead entered a plea for willful injury. According to the “Iowa City Press Citizen,” the charges stem from a spring 2000 incident when Dahlberg, who had tested positive for the disease, had unprotected sex with an Iowa City man. Sentencing is set for February 28th and under the plea agreement, Dahlberg will get a suspended five-year prison term. Dahlberg also allegedly had unprotected sex with two other Iowa men, but no charges have been filedin those cases.
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