Penalties for sexual assault have been rejected against a person who has failed to reveal their HIV positive status to their sexual partner
Bobby Kaotolok was indicted against him at a court in Yellowstone on Monday.
This is according to his lawyer, J. Bran.
He says it appears that charges like this in the past have fallen back as HIV-AIDS is not the almost automatic death sentence they have ever been.
At the end of 2018 the then Minister of Justice of Canada Jody Wilson-Raibood has issued new indications of the charges.
33-year-old Kaotalok was charged with heavy sexual violence at Yellowstone in late August last year.