People v. FarwellAnnotate this Case
Defendant appealed his conviction for driving while his license was suspended or revoked, arguing that the trial court did not explicitly advise him of his constitutional trial rights before accepting his stipulation to the substantive crime that he drove a vehicle while knowing his license was suspended. The court held, in connection with the stipulation, that the trial court did not commit reversible error. The court further concluded that, under the totality of the circumstances, the record affirmatively shows the stipulation was voluntary and intelligent. Therefore, the court affirmed the judgment.