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22-3803. Sexual Psychopaths. Definitions.

For the purposes of this chapter:
(1) The term "sexual psychopath" means a person, not insane, who by a course of repeated misconduct in sexual matters has evidenced such lack of power to control his or her sexual impulses as to be dangerous to other persons because he or she is likely to attack or otherwise inflict injury, loss, pain, or other evil on the objects of his or her desire.
(2) The term "court" means a court in the District of Columbia having jurisdiction of criminal offenses or delinquent acts.
(3) The term "patient" means a person with respect to whom there has been filed with the clerk of any court a statement in writing setting forth facts tending to show that such person is a sexual psychopath.
(4) The term "criminal proceeding" means a proceeding in any court against a person for a criminal offense, and includes all stages of such a proceeding from the time the person is indicted, charged by an information, or charged with a delinquent act, to the entry of judgment, or, if the person is granted probation, the completion of the period of probation.

22-3804. Filing of statement.

(a) Whenever it shall appear to the United States Attorney for the District of Columbia that any person within the District of Columbia, other than a defendant in a criminal proceeding, is a sexual psychopath, such Attorney may file with the clerk of the Superior Court of the District of Columbia a statement in writing setting forth the facts tending to show that such a person is a sexual psychopath.
(b) Whenever it shall appear to the United States Attorney for the District of Columbia that any defendant in any criminal proceeding prosecuted by such Attorney or any Assistant United States Attorney is a sexual psychopath, such Attorney may file with the clerk of the court in which such proceeding is pending a statement in writing setting forth the facts tending to show that such defendant is a sexual psychopath.
(c) Whenever it shall appear to any court that any defendant in any criminal proceeding pending in such court is a sexual psychopath, the court may, if it deems such procedure advisable, direct the officer prosecuting the defendant to file with the clerk of such court a statement in writing setting forth the facts tending to show that such defendant is a sexual psychopath.
(d) Any statement filed in a criminal proceeding pursuant to subsection (b) or (c) of this section may be filed only:
(1) Before trial;
(2) After conviction or plea of guilty but before sentencing; or
(3) After conviction or plea of guilty but before the completion of probation.
(e) This section shall not apply to an individual in a criminal proceeding who is charged with first degree sexual abuse, second degree sexual abuse, or assault with intent to commit first or second degree sexual abuse.

22-3806. Examination by psychiatrists.

(a) When a statement has been filed with the clerk of any court pursuant to 22-3804, such court shall appoint 2 qualified psychiatrists to make a personal examination of the patient. The patient shall be required to answer questions asked by the psychiatrists under penalty of contempt of court. Each psychiatrist shall file a written report of the examination, which shall include a statement of his or her conclusion as to whether the patient is a sexual psychopath.
(b) The counsel for the patient shall have the right to inspect the reports of the examination of the patient. No such report and no evidence resulting from the personal examination of the patient shall be admissible against him or her in any judicial proceeding except a proceeding under this chapter to determine whether the patient is a sexual psychopath.

22-3901. HIV testing of certain criminals. Definitions.

For the purposes of this chapter, the term:
(1) "Convicted" means having received a verdict, or a finding, of guilt in a criminal proceeding, adjudicated as being delinquent in a juvenile proceeding, or having entered a plea of guilty or nolo contendere.
(2) "HIV test" means blood testing for the human immunodeficiency virus ("HIV") or any other identified causative agent of the acquired immune deficiency syndrome ("AIDS").
(3) "Mayor" means the Mayor of the District of Columbia, or his or her designee.
(4) "Offense" means any prohibited activity involving a sexual act that includes contact between the penis and the vulva or the penis and the anus, however slight, or contact between the mouth and the penis, the mouth and the vulva, or the mouth and the anus.
(5) "Victim" means a person injured by the commission of an offense, and includes the parent or legal guardian of a victim, if the victim is a minor, or the spouse or child of a victim, if the victim is deceased or incapacitated.

22-3902. Testing and counselling.

(a) Upon the request of a victim, the court shall order any individual convicted of an offense, as defined by 22-3901, to furnish a blood sample to be tested for the presence of HIV.
(b) The court shall promptly notify the Mayor of any court order for an HIV test. Upon receipt of a court order for an HIV test, the Mayor shall promptly collect a blood sample from the convicted individual and conduct an HIV test on the blood sample.
(c) After conducting the HIV test, the Mayor shall promptly notify the victim and the convicted individual of the results of the HIV test. The Mayor shall not disclose the results of the HIV test without also providing, offering, or arranging for appropriate counselling and referral for appropriate health care and support services to the victim and the convicted individual.
(d) The victim may disclose the results of the HIV test to any other individual to protect the health and safety of the victim, the victim's sexual partners, or the victim's family.
(e) The result of any HIV test conducted under this section shall not be admissible as evidence of guilt or innocence in any criminal proceeding.

22-3903. Rules.

(a) The Mayor shall, pursuant to subchapter I of Chapter 5 of Title 2, issue rules to implement this chapter.
(b) The rules shall include provisions regarding notification to the victim of his or her right to request an HIV test, confidentiality of the test results, free counselling for the victim and the convicted individual concerning HIV testing and HIV disease, and referral for appropriate health care and supportive services.



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