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Trial Begins For Pastor Who Knowingly Spread HIV To Church Members

Opening statements got underway in the case of a man accused of knowingly exposing women to HIV. 
Craig Lamar Davis, who Atlanta police called a pastor, faces two counts of reckless HIV, a felony under Georgia law punishable by up to 10 years in prison. Davis is denying the accusations against him. 
Davis, who lives in south Fulton, was arrested in July 2012 by Atlanta police. A Union City woman told
authorities that Davis had sex with her four times before telling her he was infected with HIV, according to the initial report filed with Clayton police. The incidents were alleged to have taken place at a home in Clayton between May and June of 2012.
Davis also faces similar charges in Fulton County involving a different woman. Forty-two potential jurors were being interviewed Monday about their views on sex and their familiarity with HIV.
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