State v. Nelson

In State v. Nelson, 221 Conn. 635, 640, 605 A.2d 1381 (1992) the Court concluded that the Boykin test (Boykin v. Alabama) was satisfied where the defendant was informed that he had a right "to plead not guilty . . . and . . . that if he pleads guilty there will not be a trial of any kind so that by pleading guilty he waives the right to a trial by jury and the right to be confronted with the witnesses against him . . . ." Id., 642.