Albert Johnson became the prime suspect in a sexual assault case when police stopped him for speeding. He matched the description of the assailant as a black man driving a small white car. Two rape victims identified him. Johnson studied law while he was incarcerated and sought DNA testing. One of the rape kits had been destroyed, but the second was located and subjected to testing; Johnson was exonerated based on the results.
Incarcerated for10 years.
(Innocence Project/Dan Gair)