The Court of Appeal found that, under the totality of the circumstances, the record did not affirmatively demonstrate that the defendant voluntarily and knowingly admitted the prior conviction allegation. In this case, the trial court accepted the defendant’s admission without advising him of his constitutional rights and obtaining waivers of those rights. The court also failed to advise the defendant of the specific consequences of his admission. The matter was, therefore remanded for a new adjudication of the prior conviction allegation, by admission after proper waivers or trial, and for resentencing.