2021 Ohio Revised Code
Title 29 | Crimes-Procedure
Chapter 2927 | Miscellaneous Offenses
Section 2927.13 | Selling or Donating Contaminated Blood.

Effective: July 1, 1996

Latest Legislation: Senate Bill 2 - 121st General Assembly

(A) No person, with knowledge that the person is a carrier of a virus that causes acquired immune deficiency syndrome, shall sell or donate the person's blood, plasma, or a product of the person's blood, if the person knows or should know the blood, plasma, or product of the person's blood is being accepted for the purpose of transfusion to another individual.

(B) Whoever violates this section is guilty of selling or donating contaminated blood, a felony of the fourth degree.

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