||In 2014, Adam Mogan was charged with sexual assault in Rochester, New York.
||Swabs were taken from dried secretions on the victim’s inner thighs.
||The Monroe County crime lab developed DNA data from the swabs, finding that it was a mixture of related individuals.
||The DNA data was too complex for the crime lab to interpret.
||On the same DNA data, the computer separated the mixture into their genetic components. TrueAllele found a match statistic of 40.5 quadrillion to Adam Mogan.
||Later in 2016, Dr. Mark Perlin testified at the trial in Rochester, NY about the computer DNA match statistic.
||The defendant was acquitted.