It’s nearly impossible to get an exoneration for a client who has confessed to the crime.

But that didn’t stop New Haven attorney Kenneth Rosenthal from undertaking what turned out to be a successful effort to free Bobby Johnson, who is almost 25 and was convicted in 2006 for the murder of 70-year-old Herbert Fields in New Haven’s rough Newhallville neighborhood.

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