Andrew Johnson watched a group of lawmakers discuss his future.
An exonerated man has a lot of errands to run.
There will be no retrial for Andrew Johnson, the Cheyenne man who was convicted for a 1989 rape and spent nearly 24 years incarcerated. He is now officially the first man in Wyoming to be exonerated due to DNA evidence, his attorneys say.
CHEYENNE — Additional DNA testing in a 24-year-old Wyoming rape case shows a match to the man who was the victim's fiance at the time, rather than the man who is in prison serving a life sentence for the crime.