Craig Davis, of Stone Mountain, was convicted Tuesday in Clayton County Court for reckless conduct after failing to inform a sexual partner he was HIV-positive.
The defense team had tried to persuade the court that Davis, 42, may have originally been misdiagnosed with the virus due to the effects of crack cocaine use.
Prosecutors, however, presented evidence of prescription medication use for HIV symptons since 2005 by the defendant and offered testimony by Davis' own doctor to confirm it.
Another woman has brought similar charges against the former minister and that case will be heard next month in Fulton County Court.
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