Prison and Plea. In Exercises 1–10, use the data in the accompanying table (based on data from “Does It Pay to Plead Guilty? Differential Sentencing and the Functioning of the Criminal Courts,” by Brereton and Casper, Law and Society Review, Vol. 16, No. 1). Express all probabilities as decimal numbers.
Guilty Plea 
Plea of Not Guilty 

Sentenced to Prison 
392 
58 
Not Sentenced to Prison 
564 
14 
Prison and Plea If 1 of the subjects is randomly selected, find the probability of selecting someone who was sentenced to prison or entered a plea of guilty.
Solution 5RE
=0.986