A jury   found Scott guilty and he is on death row. One of the major concerns was   whether or not Scott will get a fair trial. The trial was to originally take   place in Stanislaus County where the murderer lived and where the crime took   place. The newspapers used to say Scott may have a fighting chance if the   Grand Jury is made up of 20 and 30 something adults. There seems to be this   sympathy string he tugs at with this age group. It will be to Scott’s   advantage to have a jury predominately made up of jurors in his generation.   Plus, the 20/30 something’s make-up a good percentage of the population in   Stanislaus County Does the following data for the Grand Jury in the Scott   Peterson Trial truly support a representation of the population in Stanislaus   County? You must determine if the observed age distribution of grand jurors   and the expected age distribution are significant or not?