Larry Williams attempted to with draw his waiver of jury trial which had been a part of his plea bargaining arrangement with the State.[Footnote 1] For a plea of guilty, the State had agreed to file a second affidavit charging Williams with violation of the 1935 Firearms Act and to recommend at arraignment that Williams receive a determinate sentence of five years. The original affidavit would be nol-prossed by the State. The police officer refused to sign the second affidavit proposed by the State. At the time of his trial, Larry Williams advised the trial court that the waiver of jury trial was a compliance on his part with the plea bargain and that he now wished to withdraw the waiver. The trial court overruled the motion to withdraw the waiver of jury trial. Larry Williams was tried by the Court and found guilty of robbery. He was sentenced to a term of ten (10) to twenty-five (25) years.