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CBS Atlanta

JONESBORO, Ga. (AP) — A metro Atlanta man was convicted Tuesday of reckless conduct after authorities said he failed to tell a sexual partner he had been previously diagnosed as HIV-positive.

Craig Davis, 42, of Stone Mountain, was convicted in Clayton County Court. Two metro Atlanta women have accused Davis of failing to disclose his HIV status before sleeping with them. Davis told the court that he didn’t have sex with the woman in the Clayton County case, but did sleep with a woman who brought charges against him in Fulton County.

During testimony last week, the woman involved in the Fulton County case told the court she tested positive for the virus in 2012 after she had sex with Davis, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

The man’s attorney has said Davis may have been misdiagnosed and argued that tests for the virus can be unreliable, and don’t provide definitive…

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