Juror with secrets in notorious Scott Peterson murder trial offered immunity
Scott Peterson is re-sentenced during a hearing at the San Mateo County Superior Court in Redwood City, California, on Dec. 8, 2021. - Andy Alfaro/The Modesto Bee/TNS

REDWOOD CITY, Calif. – A woman accused of keeping secrets about her past while being chosen as a juror in the Scott Peterson murder trial two decades ago will be offered immunity to testify – a twist that could lead to a new murder trial in one of California’s most notorious cases. If “Juror No. 7” accepts immunity — presumably from perjury charges — she is expected to take the witness stand in a Redwood City courtroom Feb. 25 to explain why she didn’t reveal that she had been the victim of domestic violence while she was pregnant. Peterson, now 49, was convicted in 2004 and later sentenced to...