Eight years ago this week, Innocence Project client Calvin Johnson walked out of a prison in Georgia. He had served 16 years for a crime he didn’t commit before DNA testing finally proved his innocence.
Today, he is married and has a young daughter. He works as a supervisor for the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority, and he serves on the Innocence Project Board of Directors. He is the author of a book about his life:
Exit to Freedom
This spring, he received a Freedom & Justice Award at the Innocence Project's first annual benefit event in New York City.
to send Calvin an email today congratulating him on eight years of freedom.