San Diego Man Charged With Willfully Exposing Partner to HIV Pleads ‘No Contest’

Mar 11, 2015
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Thomas Miguel Guerra, a 30 year old San Diego man thought to have knowingly exposed a former partner to HIV, has entered a plea of “no contest” in a court hearing for his violation of California’s health code.

Guerra is due to be sentenced on the 13th of April and is facing up to six months in prison along with a $1,000 fee. Previously he’d been ordered to cease any and all activity on online social networks commonly used to find sexual partners.

San Diego Man Charged With Willfully Exposing Partner to HIV Pleads 'No Contest'

Guerra’s accuser said that he discovered a number of text messages on Guerra’s phone: “Texts where he’s stating he’s negative to people then bragging to others about giving people his ‘positive load.’

Guerra’s sentencing will be a first for San Diego, said a representative for the Attorney General’s office. While the city had never tried someone for forcible HIV exposure through sex, the representative explained, the Office was confident in its case’s ability to establish a story proving that Guerra knew what he was doing by having unprotected sex with his partner.

Here is a August 2014 report on the case:

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