Title 31, Chapter 17A, Section 3
(a) If a person refuses to consent to an HIV test, as provided in Code Section 31-17A-2, the Department of Human Resources may file a civil complaint with the superior court of the county of the residence of the person refusing the test. The complaint shall allege with specificity the basis for the allegations which the department believes support the conclusion that the person is infected with HIV, as well as the scope, nature, and threat to the public health created thereby, and the proposed plan to be adopted to protect the public health in the event the court orders the administration of the HIV test and the person is found to be an HIV infected person. The person against whom the complaint is filed shall be represented by counsel, and, in the event the person against whom the complaint is filed cannot afford counsel, counsel shall be appointed by the court.
(b) The superior court shall hear the complaint on an expedited
basis without a jury. All proceedings before the court shall be
(c) If after consideration of the evidence, the court finds clear
and convincing evidence that the person is reasonably likely to be
infected with HIV and that there is a compelling need to protect the
public health, the court may order the person to submit to an HIV
test, shall retain jurisdiction to render such orders as are
appropriate to effectuate that order, and, in the event the person
so tested is determined to be infected with HIV, to require such
procedures to protect the public health consistent with the least
restrictive alternative which is available within the limits of
state funds specifically appropriated therefor.